Hanah Mountain Resort and Country Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are home, refrig is empty, grass needs mowing but house is perfect thanks to a great house sitter over the past 4 and a half weeks.
Traveled 5838 miles averaged 33.3 MPG. Saw gas prices as low as $1.96 and as high as $2.79 in good old NYS. Our 2 year old Subaru now has over 50,000 miles on it!
Saw some more of our Beautiful country especially the UP of Michigan. We now lack just Alabama to see all the states. Need ...
Goodbye noisy polluted amazing New York, here I am, in a lovely town not far from Hudson where my Amtrak train arrived. My friend Phil came to pick me up, I will stay 4 nights with him and his family.
So nice a place to live. lots of land, to Belgian standards, the house surrounded by lawns, a little pond in the corner, trees and a little wood and even a little brook!
The house is beautiful, and a sign indicates the given name: "Linker Oever", ...
Very scenic drive through New York State, heading toward the Adirondacks - the trees are very green but with some fall colours just starting. The campsite is rustic and very quiet, not too busy.
Highlights: Downtown Corning, beautiful town with old buildings and pretty parks
Rest stops are labelled "Text Stops" - very clever!
Quick jaunt into Woodstock--"quick" being the operative word here. We found a supposedly dog-friendly spot online (Bringfido.com) but was told upon arrival that only service dogs were allowed. Debbie Downer. They did, however have an outdoor picnic table where the happy hour crowd usually congregates so we decided to order at the bar and dine there instead. Our food arrived and we commenced to eating until ...
... retreat, there's visual inspiration at every turn. We packed up and drove to Tim's second race of the weekend, a 47 mile bike starting again at Windham. I wished him luck as he started his race then left for a nearby coffee shop to take care of a few things for work. Or so I thought. When I arrived at the cafe, I realized that the outdoor table (no doggies allowed inside!) didn't have an outlet and my laptop was out of juice. So I ate my doughnut and sipped my ...