Friday, September 29, 2006

Road trip

I am on my way back to NYC and should reach there by midnight. I could have elected to leave tomorow morning. However. The sailing should be fine and is easy from work.
There is a ferry that crosses Lake Champlain and sets one off around fifteen minutes from route 87. I will avoid the temptation to eat at Gus's Red Hots as Michigan Dogs will pose a problem on a long trip. Albany is 180 miles from the turn off and should hit the New Baltimore rest stop by 10pm. After Albany I have 100 miles to the Garden state and then everything becomes fast as I have a short stretch on 80 and then the famed NJ Turnpike. The it is across the Goethals and an easy trip home.

I do not enjoy the long drive, but it is much better at night.

Beamish in 08. Next stop NYC.

4 comments:

nanc said...

i'm going home today without my family to tend to things and make sure no one has stolen my mountain, but i'll be back in time for a nap. a whirlwind tour.

The Merry Widow said...

I'd hate to be the one to try and steal your mountain, the results wouldn't be pretty! Needed a drive to clear your head? Or needed to breath that good mountain air before you expire of lowland staleness?
Enjoy your visit!

tmw
P.S. Lest you think I forgot you, Beaker, travel safe!

Always On Watch said...

Beak,
I know how you love to return to NYC. Enjoy!

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Get down to Union Square and punch a leftist right square in his simpering pie hole for me.

Chide him not to escalate the cycle of violence as you curb stomp him.