July 5 – Grand Isle, VT to Henderson harbor, NY

Leaving Grand Isle, we opted to take the ferry across Lake Champlain to Plattsburgh.

Enroute, it gave us a chance to look back at the jetty where we’d had coffee each of the past three mornings  … watching the ferries … and from which we’d watched the fireworks each evening.Leaving the Ferry, we passed by the residence of one of New York City’s “finest” … David Berkowitz.

New York ‘s Clinton State Prison

Heading west, we decided on a route which would take us through the northern Adirondacks

where some of the were like roller coasters …

and then down. Leaving the mountains, in Malone, we picked-up Route 11 which we took all the way to Watertown, the snow capital of the US.  Along the way, we passed


Wind Farms

Oversize loads delivering more wind turbines

A surprisingly large number of sheep ranches

Houses badly in need to repainting

Old Barns

Decaying vehicles

The inevitable roadwork  (our record is still intact, having seen roadwork every day we’ve been on the road with our motor home)

A man either very forgetful or one who has come up with a novel way of taking his kitty litter home

And, in Philadelphia … New York that is … a replica of the Statue of Liberty

We finally arrived at our campground, an island in Lake Ontario … where we had yet another sunset (they’re still not boring).

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