Country Inn at Jiminy Peak
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... is allowed. There was virtually no traffic on the bridge and we were able to drive right up to one of the immigration booths with no waiting. The weather was pretty miserable with clouds and rain, so we just got onto I-90 and headed east.
By late morning, the rain had ended and we saw a sign for the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota, NY at the next exit. Karl has always been a ...
So blogging getting difficult. I think all getting tired now. Must admit not sitting on a bike every day will be good! Here is the overview..
So t'was 77 miles (although added a few via scenic route)
Rained in am
Went through Amsterdam and Rotterdam..who knew!
Stopped at gas station and treated ourselves to milkshake. Tried the ones where you ...
... they gave the usual spiel, mainly emphasizing not to stand in the river. The only reason not to stand, and a very good one, is that the river is pushing down stream at a rapid rate. As your feet hit the rocks on the bottom, your foot can get caught between the rocks. While this may not be a problem, say, in Florida, here, the river will then push you under and, well, you are stuck. Remembering this, we embarked on our latest adventure. ...
... to ride down the hill to the main rode, clocked at 30 miles an hour as I followed in the car. He will have to explain the ride back up the mountain another time. It was not with the assistance of the vehicle. While he continued to goof around with the bike, I headed over to a local hike to a place called Balance Rock. It was quite interesting because basically, it was a boulder, the size of a small ...
... Mount Greylock, the highest mountain in Mass. Unfortunately, we were in the clouds at the top and were not really able to see much below. It was neat to walk on parts of the Appalachian trail which I have been on much further to the south. To think people walked from Georgia to here and beyond is incredible. Tomorrow, Wed, we plan on going mountain biking. After much searching, we were able to find a location to rent bikes and ...