NEW Peggy's Blog ~ A Road Less Traveled
Read Mrs. Rowe's latest blog "A Road Less Traveled" ~ HERE
Great blog from Mrs Rowe as always. Thanks Shari!
~ Bp ~
SO much to see and do along the St. Lawrence.
This is a great guide for family activities. Created for the soldiers of Fort Drum and their families. http://www.drummwr.com/RelocationRea...e%20Layout.pdf
Also highly recommend the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton. http://www.abm.org/index.php/visitor...rowing-skiffs/ Yeah I know. Antique boats, sounds so boring. NOT!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQNpr13ZQpo The museum offers rides on boats from their collection. TAKE THE POWERBOAT RIDE! NACAR/INDY pish tosh. How about some serious horsepower, in an open c0ckpit, on the water. Yeah. That's right. You'll want to win the lottery and get your own. P.S. YEAH it really is that loud. It's amazing.
History buffs, the 200year anniversary of the war of 1812 is upon us. OOOOdles of activities all over the region coming up. http://www.visit1812.com/ In Canada http://celebrate1812.ca/events
Yup, the road just ends at the Tibbet Point Lighthouse after a lovely meander. But what a nice meander it is.
So nice to hear others have discovered the river.
p.s. While you're up there don't forget about the agricultural tours offered in the region. http://agvisit.com/ The cell phone tour makes planning your trip easy.http://agvisit.com/talkingfarms.html
Last edited by RiverGirl; 01-24-2012 at 07:00 PM.
Reason: got stuck in the war, forgot the farms. Shame on me