Red Carpet Inn & Suites Leatherstocking Lodge
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Slept in until 9:00 today, which was a real bonus. No breakfast provided at this motel so we just had a coffee before heading into town to the Baseball Museum and Hall of Fame. We wandered through the building checking out the displays and snapping photos like Japanese tourists. Anyone who loves baseball should make every effort to get here one day …
We rolled out of Pittsburgh heading towards the Eastern seaboard, we've got our Chevy wound up and she's running like never before. On the road about 8:30 and the GPS directed us via a link road to I80, we drove on for miles through Pennsylvania's lush green mountains often passing through small Amish communities. Once we crossed the border into …
We put in a 18 miles today, more than we have been lately. We're working ******* going slow. We have been leaving early and docking early so we can explore the town and run errands.
Today's meandering took us through one of only two locks in North America in which the gate lifts up like a Guillotine rather than opening like barn doors. The other is on the Ottawa ...
Today we moved all of 7 miles to a nice quiet and peaceful dock just above Lock 16. The Mohawk vally section of the Erie Canal is infamous for the number of trains that rumble through. It seems like every twenty minutes or so a train passes on the tracks that run right next to the river. If you happen to be near a crossing you are ...
... a rock formation that is part of a waterfall and rapids on a river that flows through town and into the Mohawk River.
We arrived back at the boat just in time to wave to our buddy boat leaving. We left soon after and caught up with them just a few miles and two locks later at Fort Plain where we docked for the ...
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