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Sep 30, 2014 - Ausable Chasm

We saw a brochure for Ausable Chasm when we first arrived in New York and so we added it to our list of places to see when we left Interlake RV Park. So today was the day! Ausable Chasm is a sandstone gorge that is about two miles long near Keeseville, New York. The Ausable River runs through it and eventually empties into Lake Champlain. The chasm is fed by Rainbow Falls at the southern end. The Chasm is considred to be America's oldest natural attraction. It has been a tourist attraction since 1870. We chose to take the Classic Tour...

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Sep 24, 2010 - Whiteface Mountain

/// Friday - September 24, 2010 Low Temperature: 58 degrees High Temperature: 82 degrees A TRAVEL DAY. Finally, I get to make a new dot on the travel map. We spent the morning leisurely preparing for travel. I spent extra time cleaning cables, hoses, etc. At 11:00 AM we hitched up and hit the road. Today's route took us north on Rt. 22 & Rt. 9N to Keeseville, NY. The route had more hills than I expected so I got to play with the new Banks IQ Power/Brake Tuner. At this point I can say that I am very happy with both the increase in engine...

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Sep 18, 2010 - Day 24 Keeseville, NY Camp

continuing on rt2 a very scenic route we stopped several times, once in montplier for coffee, vermonts state capitol, then on to burlington to the ferry where we had to wait so we went downtown and ate lunch...this and montplier are both very heavy college towns, neither place is where older people would really want to go or should go, it's for the young wanna be college kids and those young who just want to hang in a college town but cannot either afford or are good enough for entrance... taking the 1hr ferry across lake champlain to new...

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