Route 28 is indeed a special road


To The Editor:
I just completed reading “Rt. 28 among nation’s top drives” on page 3A in the May 23 to May 29, 2012 issue of Catskill Mountain News. I live on Long Island and have a seasonal home in the Margaretville area.

In the June 2012 issue of Thunder Press, which is a monthly motorcyclist publication, I  wrote a story titled “Central Catskill Scenic Byway” which is about Route 28, from Kingston to Andes. In it I included brief information for motorcyclist on Belleayre Ski Resort, Fleischmanns, Oakley’s Pizza, Ulster and Delaware Railroad, Cha Cha Hut and Arkville Bread and Breakfast and other locations between Kingston and Andes. The publication is available free at Harley Davidson dealerships, including Woodstock Harley Davidson.

I agree that Route 28 is one special road, that is never dull to drive, winter or summer, and it can take you to your own adventure, whatever it may be.  I love the area and every adventure that goes with it.

Dom Mazza,