We parked in the Yellow Trolley parking lot which turned out to be quite nice. The lot is located within a few minutes walk to Lake Otsego and the Cooperstown Golf Course and next to the Finemore Art Museum.
I did walk by the Baseball hall of Fame but didn't go through the museum.
The sega of my camera repair continues. Unfortunately it didn't get sent out in time to arrive at Cooperstown, even though we stayed in extra day. Joel didn't mind waiting around one more day. It gave him a chance to fix the satellite dish that has been acting up since we left Jefferson, Ohio and it gave me a chance to catch up on paperwork and blogs. Anyway, we didn't live Cooperstown until late morning on Thursday (had to wait for the mail) and headed for Rutland, Vermont, our next stop. The Rutland postal employee was great and agreed to forward my camera it to our stop in upper Vermont where we will be about August 1, in a few days.
It took almost 6 hours to drive approximately 150 miles. The further north one goes the more windy the roads become. We took Highway 80 north from Cooperstown which is very narrow and windy, but beautiful. I could feel the increase in altitude and the decrease in humidity...a good feeling.
We'll be in Rutland just a few days before we head up near Marshfield, Vermont.