Breakfast at our B&B this morning. A family of 4 from France, a French teacher from Massachusetts, an American couple from Arizona, and a B&B owner from somewhere else in Quebec. Tony, our host, made a delicious breakfast for us. Yes, that is popcorn. Actually, kettle corn. It was delicious. Not kidding. Biosphere. Part of… Continue reading Montreal day 2
We were taking bue highways the last couple of days, and stayed with it on our way to Montreal. The weather here has been wonderful, upper 60’s and low 70’s, and trees and grass are lush. Our border crossing. One lane. One official who was thrilled to see us, I think. No one else in… Continue reading Montreal
Today we drove Hwy 30 through the Adirondacks, one of several scenic drives. We started out in Johnstown, where one of the last battles of the Revolutionary War was fought. This is Sir William Johnson, Baronet, born in Ireland 1715, and founder of Johnstown. Below is his house. This is the Rice Homestead… Continue reading Adirondacks, moose, escaped convicts and Ben Stiller
Cooperstown, here we come. 3 1/2 hours driving to get here. On the way, some interesting sights. This is a great idea. These are not the regular rest stops, but in addition to. Darn. So sorry we won’t be in this area in a few days. Cool Octagon Barn Cool stone, 2-story barn. Finally… Continue reading The Holy Grail of Baseball
Niagara Falls– from the U.S. side. It really is beautiful. No, we did NOT go on the boat or do the wet walk underneath the falls, as we wanted to do something different this afternoon. I’m sure the Maid of the Mist would have been fantastic, but . . . . From Goat Island, we… Continue reading A Tourist Day
Drove north and east through the rest of Ohio, (they have nice rest stops) into Pennsylvania near Lake Erie, and on into New York State. We have never seen so much road construction as we have today. Almost every stretch is being worked on–until we reached the New York Toll Hyway. I’m glad someone… Continue reading 3 states, 1 eclipse, sponge candy and a muckdog
I love seeing this shining in the sun. Goodbye, Missouri. Just because Stopped here for lunch (after checking reviews on Trip Advisor). It was packed, and the food was good. We didn’t even know Ponderosa was still in business! After stopping for gas somewhere n Indiana, we were swallowed up in a long detour.… Continue reading Long Drive, Big Ball of String, etc.