Peru, New York

Day 385

     The town of Peru is in upstate New York, south of Plattsburgh, not far from Lake Champlain. The area was first settled in 1772. The Battle of Valcour Island was fought on Lake Champlain in the eastern part of Peru in 1776. The town was formed  Dec. 28, 1792. 

     We drove through the town of Peru and the town of Valcour looking for information on the battle, as I wanted to visit the area of the battle. To my surprise, nothing was here. Since this was an important battle as it delayed the British from reaching Saratoga, I found this strange. I will research the issue. 

     Today, and for the next couple of days, there are severe thunderstorms and flooding. More than likely we will stay in the campground until the storms moves on before further exploring. 

Technical Stuff:

Queensbury, N.Y. to Peru, N.Y. 99.5 miles

2 hours 13 minutes

10.3 MPG

Diesel: $2.45

 

 

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