Super 8 Monticello
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... makes sense of the many confusing directions of the GPS. For example, "In one quarter of a mile, keep left, bear right, keep left, take ramp on right to highway 1 676 West, 200 south, North Bound, then take exit on right!!"
Later we arived in Philadelphia, a little confusion as the GPS led us into a less than desirable area ( we needed 12th avenue, not 12th street), but we made it safe and sond to our lovely hotel!
Time for Sav!
... moving there for good!)
On Saturday, the entire family (missing a couple) all went to Grandma's in Brookfield! I should have taken before and after pictures because that place really got trashed. There were about 30 people and Grandma fed all of us, no problem. She's a champ, that lady. She had everything all planned out with entertainment prepared and all. We played ...
... mountains." It appears to be a huge outdoor recreation area.
Finally we got onto I-84E and within 5-miles entered New York, the 9th state of our road trip. Middletown was just 20 minutes inside the New York border and we happily ended our 5-hour day of driving when we pulled into the Hampton Inn at 2:30 p.m.
Tomorrow we will travel through another 4 states, arriving for a 3-night stay in Scarborough, ME. The weather continues to be sunny and cool - just ...
... drive as far as we could to make up some of the time we had lost.
We spent the first night in Cuddebackville, NY at the Deerpark KOA. Every KOA campground gives you a map of the campground showing where your space is, where the laundry is, where the pool(s) are, etc. We arrived late but in plenty of time to see the Red Sox beat the Yankees (6-5) even though we didn’t stay up for all 19 innings! ...
... biking, kayaking, abundant wildlife and spectacular waterfalls. The winter brings more hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and wildlife tours.
The coolest thing....over two hundred bald eagles are now caring for their nests in the nearby park. The nests can be snow covered but holding eggs and the parents continue to take turns covering the eggs with their warm downy feathers. The tall trees do not hold the snow for ...