The Ship Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ship Motel Alexandria Bay
Nice little party
town during the weekend I would imagine. Not to busy @ during the first Monday of the month. Good food. In bed by 10 pm.
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... the canoe and didn't like being tossed overboard! Barry broke the yoke in the canoe when he was trying to get out. That's it for the canoe for now! Eddie is being good as always. Loving the sun and pulling sticks out of the lake. Going to play some ladder ball! Of course Barry is the champ! Park is very quiet, weather is beautiful. Saturday morning Barry found his sunglasses. Wearing my polarized ones to search the water for them ...
Lot 222 Cell Service - none Left after work Friday arrived 6:30, just before dark. Nice lot, private. Would be noisy on a busy weekend because its close to park. Set up and had nice fire and hobos. A bit cool at night, but was a beautiful morning. Woke up to the sound of hunters! Bang! Saturday we had beautiful weather! Sunny and hot. Squirrels and chipmunks were very active collecting nuts. ...
Lot 264 Cell Service - 2 Bars
Nice big lot, but behind swamp. Lots of frogs!! I think Eddie is missing the water view!
Arrived 4:30 pm. Hot 35 degrees! Humid. Broken regulator on the bbq, had to fry up the burgers. Nice warm evening, drinks & snacks with Jo & Mo then off to bed.
Rain started overnight and into next morning. Suppose to clear up in afternoon.
... bridge and headed for Alexandria Bay, where we took a boat trip billed as the "Two Nations Boat Tour", which took us a ways up the St. Lawrence River and back to Heart Island and Boldt Castle. It rained lightly for the first half of the boat trip, but then stopped raining. Of course, we were already damp by then. However, we greatly enjoyed exploring ...
... stands at the other end whilst you throw towards them, two teams play, and the aim is the pole in the pit, not your partner, opponent, or any objects that are in your way.
Partners were picked at random, with each person selecting a bottle cap and then matching it with someone else; Nils and Elle somehow ended up together, whilst my bottle cap for ‘JR’ beer paired me with a firefighter called Chris. ...