From: Forestport, NY to Burlington, VT., Maritime Museum

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Lake Champlain Ferry

The ride from Forestport to Burlington was beautiful because I decided to take the rustic back roads up and over the Adirondack Mountains. Not much traffic on the twisty winding up and down roads. At Fort Ticonderoga, I took a short ferry ride across the lower end of Lake Champlain into Vermont. The rode was very beautiful through forests and farms in NY and VT. From the ferry, I turned north and drove up to Burlington where I ran into a lot of road construction in the city. Eventually I found the Elks Lodge there and parked in the back of the lot. They informed me that they were going to pave the lot and that I would be blocked from getting out for a day or two. I agreed that would not be a problem.

While in Burlington, I visited the museum in town and toured some lake boats they had on display. The balance of my stay was taken up in doing a couple of repairs on my rig. I replaced the water pump and fixed a leak behind the water heater. It is nice to be back in New England.

Summary: Elk Rv Parking: 45; Escapee RV Parks: 25; Public RV Parks: 33; National Parks: 49; Ships: 10; Forts: 20

Expenses: 36 months on the road with an average expense of $1958 per month. 

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Lake Champlain Ferry
Lake Champlain Ferry
Lake Champlain Ferry
Lake Champlain Ferry
Lake Champlain ferry
Lake Champlain ferry
Lake Champlain Ferry
Lake Champlain Ferry
Burlington, VT Elks
Burlington, VT Elks
Burlington Elks
Burlington Elks
Burlington Elks
Burlington Elks
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Burlington
Burlington
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Burlington
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