Super 8 Plattsburgh
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... an eternity. We arrived around 7.30 and grabbed some dinner.
We left the restaurant around 8.30 pm and at this stage we had no hotel booked for the night, no phone coverage, no detailed map to get us out of the maze that is the Adirondacks, it was dark and rain was pelting. For some reason our hangovers kicked in again.
We managed to get out of the area, find a major road ...
... Vermont, though some say he was born in Canada.
During the Civil War, he served as quartermaster general for the state of New York, and was made Collector of the Port of New York in 1871.
He was the vice president to James Garfield, but became president in 1881 after Garfield was assassinated, after only 200 days in office. Though considered a ...
... such: "Didn't Ben and Jerry sell their interest in the company to Unilever?" What followed was a few seconds of silence. "Uh, yes they did." Was her reply, "They sold their interest in 2001 so they could devote more of their time to their philanthropic endeavors." Good reparte, but we all know being a set of great guys can be easily thrown out the window if a soap company dangles a couple of ...
... ticket the attendant leaned out and said "Nice Bike, I love Harleys" And then, as God is my witness, she batted her eyes and smiled at me. Now I estimate this woman to be approximately 30 years old and more than likely was a recently retired super model- just slightly more attractive than Tradewinds groupie I had several years ago while performing the lady killing, Guy Clark ...
... We were close to 3000 miles over. After a very quick oil change we were headed to Montpelier, the smallest state capital town. The building itself was very exquisit, but the dome did not have a rotunda. In fact, the security guard guy compared it to a silo, which we thought was pretty funny. Next stop was the Ben and Jerrys ice cream place in Waterbury. This was the place where it all started. The wait for the next tour was ...