Day Seven - Eden, Vermont to Allegany, New York (497 miles)

After a shower in the bath house, we had breakfast at Uncle Bill's and continued down St.Rt. 100. This road; which we traveled down the entire length of Vermont, was great from beginning to end. We rode through Stowe, and Killington ski areas. Both looked like they could give Colorado a run for the money. I was even able to listen to the I-Man out of Rutland, VT this morning. When we got to US7 in Wilmington we headed west toward Albany, NY. US7 in Vermont was nice but as we got towards Troy the road changed to St.Rt. 7 in NY and became more congested and less well kept. We got on I-88 and blasted toward Binghamton. Even though we were on interstate the scenery was nice. It was late in the day so we were riding into the sun, but the gentle rolling hills of south central NY looked appealing. I may have to come back here and get of this interstate. We finally found a room in Allegany. It was late, a couple of beers at the bar, and we were out.