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Left our sad motel early this morning and headed down the road to check out the reason we were here, the one and only "Niagara Falls".
Driving into town i was surprised to see that Niagara looked like a seaside town with all it's arcades, fast food restaurants and fairground rides. We parked up and walked the last two blocks towards the falls. We could hear the roar and feel the damp air from the water falls which was great for building ...
... seemed to work, because we had no further brake problems today. Our stop at the KOA was a good one because we got our laundry done, did all the dishes, had showers, and did all necessary repairs before moving out at checkout time of 11am.
Since we have three more days to get to Cape Cod, we decided to take a leisurely drive today through the beautiful rural countryside of upstate New York. We started out ...
... hall of fame, there was not a house in site and for all we knew (save the GPS) it was another 10 miles to civilization. But in the grand scheme of things, it only took 5 hours from NH so it is not a bad drive.
We hit balls and I set the record for the day for my age group (30-39) topping 60 mph on the radar gun!
... beyond, displays baseball-related artifacts and exhibits, and honors those who have excelled in playing, managing,and serving the sport. The Hall's motto is "Preserving History, Honoring Excellence, and Connecting Generations."
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum collections feature just under 40,000 three-dimensional items, three million books and documents and 500,000 ...
... Enterprise printed this article about the actual garden tour:
Hidden gardens reveal more than flowers - Thursday, July 21, 2011..."For anyone with a love of local history (and mystery), the Canajoharie
garden and copper-topped limestone tea house owned by Sheryl Neal and
Stanley Phillips was the show-stopper.
Built in 1915 by Walter H. Lipe for his wife Christina, a Christian
Scientist whom he married in ...