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Oct 11, 2007 - Catskills, New Jersey,Sleepy Hollow

MON 10-8 Two Wal-Marts later, we arrive at Catskills Mtn. Adventure Park about 75 miles North of New York City out of Wurtsboro, NY. It's a nice big resort but very much like a KOA as it set up for kids, lots of playgrounds and kids activities. Not our favorite place but nice grassy sites and full hookups. Couldn't get the wifi hooked up; somehow they have a bad password and not too concerned about finding the right one. We will go over and use his phone line to hook up before we leave. Rain following us again but have had a few warm and...

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Oct 13, 2006 - Orange County, New York

We were headed down to New Jersey and hoped to get there today, but the traffic through parts of Connecticut really slowed us down. The Jersey turnpike didn't look like a good idea at 3:00 on a Friday so we layed low in an RV park in Florida, NY and that's when it hit me that we are in Orange County, New York......Home of "Orange County Choppers". Before we head off for Jersey in the morning we will stop by the show room so Rod can drool a little.

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Oct 3, 2006 - Goodbye New England

10/2/06 We said goodbye to Vermont, traveling into New York with our destination near the folks who will hopefully get our satellite fixed. We'll overnight at Saratoga RV Park in Gansevoort, NY, then on to Black Bear Campground in Florida, NY. We left in a steady drizzle which eventually stopped, but it was gray and overcast for quite a while. The roads were in deplorable shape and the ride was bumpy. Hemmingway must have sensed that, as he was restless and whiny most of the way. Even sitting on my lap was not enough to calm him. Here's a...

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Jun 20, 2005 - The Bunk

ok, so we get to camp, do about four or five days of orientation stuff and then we get bags upon bags of stuff sent to our cabin to unpack for the kids. Now as most of you know, for the first four weeks of camp I had "inters" which are 7, 8 and 9 year olds so it was sort of understandable that they might need HELP unpacking, but no, it was all done for them! Even for the eldest campers (15!!!). Here are a few pictures of what our cabin looked like at the very beginning of camp.

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