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... how much they can push the limits... Kim and Uncle Joe were very nice to drop me off at the airport on Thursday night. In fact, Uncle Joe was SO nice that he insisted on walking me in and waited for me to get my tickets.I was cursing at him in my head the entire time because I couldn't hold it together. I think that the United Airlines guy was too because DANG, that guy kept his distance! So much for all of that time ...
A fairly busy day today driving from Boston to Binghamton. After we arrived at our motel, which was the fairly basic Red Roof Inn (a cheaper accommodation, maybe aligns to our Budget chain) we made our way out to dinner.
Our first venture was to find the local and very well rated Italian restaurant, which supposedly was about a 10-15 minute walk from the motel. After walking into town for a good 20 minutes, past a very old ...
... a picnic lunch. It was so nice with no flies or mozzies. Very few people so definitely no noisy radios like yesterday.
Idyllic in fact!
There was a small military museum but we gave it a miss.
As we were driving along, I saw a sign to a waterfall, and wanted to investigate. Great name Taughannock Falls. Almost as good as some names in NZ eh! I really like the rock colours round ...
... for a boat ride to Long Island, Maine. It was a wonderful day. Wednesday we were back in Fryeburg having a wonderful lunch with Bill and Barbara Lawrence. On the way home we stopped at Weston''s for strawberries and maple syrup.
We only had 5 days here but...WOW! Even though we had some incredible storms, we had a few nice days & packed them in seeing some of this area of New York which included Cooperstown & the Baseball Hall of Fame plus a 225 mile drive through the Catskill Mountains which included a 5 mile hike ...