Better remind him not to put his boots on without checking first. :lol:
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Thanks for your input. I'm looking forward to what other's have to say.About using the path rather than the road for the stretch from Albany to Schenectady... The path is much nicer, and it's paved, if a bit wrinkled in places from tree roots.
It looks like following the Erie Canalway from Schnectady to Lockport NY is 296 miles. Following NY Bike Route 5 is 296. Not much difference, and it has a few good climbs. Thanks for your input, Vertiganer.
Canalligators, what guide book are you referring to? I'll be checking out your link to CrazyGuyOnABike shortly.