seen in upstate new york
Something for all your needs, plus excellent alliteration. Down the road in Mohawk territory, in the North Country region of New York State, we saw this:
Many generations of Mohawks have been ironworkers. Many of the great New York City skyscrapers were built by Mohawk labour.
We didn't have a camera with us; these were just taken on my phone, the better-than-nothing emergency camera. Which made us think, with two cameras at home, why don't we always take one along, as a matter of course?
A portion of the drive to Vermont is very scenic. Once you get off the 401 and cross into the US, it's rural routes through farmland and lakeside villages all the way to Burlington. Lots of autumn colours, lots of cows, horses, small main streets with the occasional stone church. Some of it is picture-book autumn in rural New England, and some of it is sad and run-down. At its best, it looks kind of like this (not my photo).
On the other hand, it's also eight hours of driving, and we're not inclined to add to that with a lot of stopping.
Posted by laura k at 10/09/2012 06:00:00 AM
Labels: personal, travels, us-canada border issues
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