Day 11 and 12- NY to Rhode Island

July 3, 2020

Driving through New York yesterday sucked. SUCKED. Ran off the road once, nearly 8 wrecks from people cutting me off or just being Super Jerks.

People who were taught to drive in Los Angeles in the late 80s INVENTED ROAD RAGE! With that, Eff You, Long Island! I skipped every single lighthouse in the state because of this AND the fact that it would take me nearly 2 hours to drive 28 miles. This is not the 405! No, screw that. I headed straight to Connecticut, where their lighthouses were impossible to get to and yet another set of frustrations set in.

I’m pretty sure this is where the mob hides…. Stuff. That’s no grain silo. That is an actual Staten Island Lighthouse, folks. Soak it up.
Fort Weed below the Verrazzano Bridge
This was about a mile walk through tall grass, (later discovered an actual trail) possibly tick infested nature preserve, and then the house was actually occupied with a huge fence around it. A cop drove up and got out of his car to smoke, of all things, looked at me and said, “You were thinking of jumping that fence weren’t you?” “Me? I wouldn’t make it. And if I did, it wouldn’t have been graceful. Have a good day.” And I walked off. I was totally going to jump that fence for a better photo.
This was also in someone’s front yard totally fenced off. New London Harbor Light, Connecticut
No lighthouse. I just want this home.
Noank, Connecticut
Avery Point Lighthouse
Watch Hill Lighthouse
Point Judith Lighthouse, Rhode Island
Another rich person who has a lighthouse in their yard.
Stonington Point Lighthouse

I’ve had enough of the car. Using my Marriott points and watching Netflix in a real bed.

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