It was not fun getting here however. All of our GPS devices (and we have quite a few!) told us to come up the Garden State Parkway, then I-95 and go over the George Washington bridge, then north to Croton-on-Hudson. I wish we had stayed on the Garden State toll road and crossed further north at the Tappan Zee Bridge.
|We thought we would avoid some tolls by following the GPS into NYC, but the George Washington bridge cost us $52!|
|View of NYC from I95. That's the new One World Trade Center aka Freedom Tower|
|NOT a place you want to be driving in a motorhome!|
|A road sign that makes your heart stop when you're in a 13 ft high RV!|
|We learned to stay in the left lane.|
That was soon forgotten however as we explored the park.
|Our site at Croton Point Park|
|Nice walks thru the woods at Croton Point|
|View of the Hudson looking north|
|View across the Hudson looking at the Palisades|
|View from the Tappan Zee bridge as we drove to West Nyack for our Computer Club Presentation|
|We presented two seminars in one evening: Picasa and Smartphones|
Yes, indeed it was! So we did a little sightseeing.
|The Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is big, beautiful, and opened to the public.|
|Washington Irving's headstone ... the author of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"|
|Entrance to the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery|
|Sculpture commemorating the Legend of Sleepy Hollow|
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