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... br> historical sites. Palymyra is "where it all began". We have always
thought that if we were in the area it would be fun to see the places we have
heard about all our lives.
Our drive was uneventful and in the pouring rain most of the
time. Oh yes, Ted noticed while we were camping that the brand new air
conditioner shroud we had bought our first days out from of Ogden UT at Camping
World was already broken...on the back, and had a big crack on one ...
... carried on travelling for few hours heading toward Ithaca. This would our first major stop of the trek a winery near Finger Lakes. For $3 we tried 6 different wines, 3 red 3 white, all locally made. The white sweet wines were far better then the red, But this was great start to the adventure. We Soon headed off to the next stop a small water fall called taughannok . Amazing sight in the very hot weather, we all had ...
... sunrise over the eastern horizon and in Ohio along the highways there were hundreds of sunflowers in groups all waiting for the sun to come up. They were so cute. I got huge props for being from Colorado from a random guy at a rest stop and then continued to get strange looks for jamming out to these two awesome throwback CDs that Spencer burned me. The songs on those included Ali and AJ, old Miley Cyrus songs, Destiny’s Child, ...
... to pay our respects at John F Kennedy's memorial where his wife Jackie Kennedy Onassis is buried right beside him. His brother Robert Kennedy is on the other side of him who ran for president after the assianation of his brother but while running for President he was assianated in Los Angeles. The youngest Kennedy brother Teddy Kennedy the last Kennedy of his generation, died in 2009 and was buried a little further up the hill next to ...
... lots of very nice waterfront properties. Sheryl would give her eye teeth for one of the houses that backed onto Sodus Bay, which was the inland water extension on the south side of the point.
We left the trail at Sodus Point, and headed south back toward camp. Along the way we stumbled across the Erie Canal (apparently the REAL one as compared to the one we saw in Ohio). We passed several locks that were still in operation, ...