Travel Blogs from Pulaski
My friend Mike took me to an unnamed creek for brown trout. I managed to land 9, all between 10-15". He got 11. It was a great day all around. Stayed the first night in a cabin on Keuka lake the next night in Pulaski. We caught 20+ atlantic salmon, small ones 6-11" on the Salmon ...
Our five year old Springer Spaniel, Daisy, is becoming used to traveling. Steve says she is not herself yet.
Steve met up with our good friends The Muench's in Oswego. We usually only see them in Florida during the winter so this was a special ...
... where we stopped for lunch and fuel for Meander. We stopped for the night at the top of Lock 23 in a quiet rural setting.
We are still traveling with our friends Jim and Jennifer on the Gray Fox. We seem to have similar cruising styles interests. They may even go to Watsons Glen with us. But they will eventually be heading north towards Lake Ontario while we will continue west towards Lake ...
... Burlington, we crossed over onto the islands that run up the middle of Lake Champlain. I was presently surprised at how pretty these islands are. They are very rural and mostly farmland. This is definitely dairy country. As we crossed back to the mainland we were in New York, right on the Canadian border. Driving across "up-state"New York was much the same, lots and lots of dairies. As we continued across upper New York ...
... thrift shop to setlle Mrs Henry’s nerves. What is better, a thrift shop addiction or a little nightmare every now and then to deal with stress?
The New England mountains in autumn, the streams that ripple alongside the winding roads, what can I say? Lots of very trite stuff.
So what can we say about New England, other than that it’s beautiful and that even inhabitants of Graniteville, Vermont, always have and will continue to fall in ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking