Trip Start Mar 01, 2011
16Trip End May 15, 2011
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Shortly after we started the journey down 202, we came to Gorham, ME and came across Sawyer's Variety Store. Sawyer (my grand nephew), the photo is for you.
Before we got to Waterbury, we took a detour to search for Prospect, CT. We found it near Honeypot Glen. It was incorporated in 1827, and is much larger that our Prospect. Doug parked and I took a picture, searching for safe footholds among snow drifts. Most of the pictures were trashed due to the blurrrrr while riding. Just outside Prospect, we saw Clark Hill Rd. Clark, this is the second time I have passed Clark Hill Rd on my travels (may be the same one). Dusk and a nice sunset saw us out of the Prospect area and back on I-84.
The camera was still in my hands as we drove into the dark, and tail lights, headlights and city lights called attention to themselves. I am known to shoot lights on Christmas trees while moving the camera, and the results of shooting lights from a moving vehicle at night produce similar results. I have been accused of doing this when I have had a little too much of something. I admit to having too much of a long day riding.
The Knights Inn in Newburgh was fine, but with no internet or fridge. They actually do a better job of vacuuming in the corners than the Econolodge the night before. There was no internet to keep me up late, so we crashed early to arise for a 5AM start on Friday.