Day three became an uplifting drive when U.S. Route 20 entered the Jacob's Ladder Trail scenic byway in the Berkshire's. It was a drudge driving from Auburn to Springfield and had become depressing, but I felt renewed in the Berkshires and wanted to see more and Route 20 didn't disappoint. The only anxiety came when driving through the center of Albany, although an almost straight drive through this transformed city, I had to rely on my AAA map, (thank you Rose Sawayer) because there were long stretches of no U.S. Route 20 signage and GARMIN only knows the fastest or shortest route to a destination and not the route you want to take. The road heading out of Albany was in great condition with 55 mph speed limits and great farm and valley vistas. I put up in the lake town of Cazenovia, NY at the Linklaen House (circa 1839).