There are so many things to enjoy as we go along. My granddaughters, Anna and Abigail, love trains. The train traffic beside and across the canal is impressive. The trains carry so many of the goods across the US. Many of the trains had over 100 cars/tankers that they were pulling.
Canajoharie is our stop for the night. They have a beautiful waterfront. The docks here can be used for free and they even have free electrical hook ups.
The town is quaint and all the buildings reflect the architecture of the late 1800's. Because of several destroying fires, a town law was passed that all building be made of brick. So all the original brick structures exist today.
In 2011, the Beech Nut plant closed. It was sad to have seen such impressive art across the street from the decaying plant. In all the small towns we visit, the industry that built the towns is gone.
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