This weekend falls in my list of top 20 weekends ever. Cody and I had an amazing time camping in part of upstate NY, then exploring Sharon Springs and Cooperstown, visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame, meeting The Fabulous Beekman Boys, taking the Beekman Farm tour, enjoying incredible farm to table food, and being surrounded by the beauty of nature!
“Chugalugalugging 5 miles an hour on my INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER!” Welcome to the country.
This was our camp site at Glimmerglass State Park. It was picturesque and quite peaceful.
Here are a couple of the goodies I purchased at the Beekman 1802 Mercantile.
Book signing with the Fabulous Beekman Boys. They were the sweetest, most down to earth gentlemen.
A fabulous photo. Thank you for taking this picture, Cody!
Book signing ❤
Cody and I enjoying the great outdoors
View from the top of the hill on the Beekman Farm
A possible love rock. Cody and I didn’t take any chances; we made sure to kiss right next to it.
The Beekman house
The goats like Cody. Who doesn’t? 🙂
Cody talking farm life and agriculture with Farmer John.
Polka Spot makes her grand appearance!
Little piggy hinies at the harvest festival
“The Sultan of Swat, The King of Crash, The Colossus of Clout, The Great Bambino” “Heroes get remembered. But legends never die.” The legend and I.
Baseball Hall of Fame, Rain?
Wait. What?! Giant Pumpkin
For our final evening in town, we enjoyed an incredible dinner at The American Hotel. The mayor was especially hilarious, and we shared a table with some fun people from Arkansas and Wisconsin.
Enjoying our final day of camping