The Marmalade Cat Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Monday Nov 17th
07:30am: Well we are on our way. Woke up this morning to "SNOW", yikes! But we had the trailer all loaded and ready to go so we said lets give it a try anyway. As we were pulling out our neighbour Glen was out on his porch to send us off. Nice!
To say we were wondering whether we should turn around would be an understatement as the roads were ...
... the packing and movers (without the extras assistance of a 4 and 2 year old). The crew seemed to have a quite the adventure. Roscoe was very excited about the barns he saw on the drive. They all stayed in Elmira, New York that night. Pictures will show the mischief Gwen was ...
... University, but there did not seem to be any parking places that we could find. Then we were going to walk a bit to look for the Moosewood Restaurant. We ended up using the GPS and driving in circles around a street construction area. Finally, we located the Moosewood and had a lovely, extremely filling, British Isles dish called Rumpledethump that Emma had never heard of but suspected might be Scottish and Google confirmed her suspicion.
From Ithaca, I still ...
Casey and I love to hike and our favorite hikes are ones that include waterfalls. Often we will invest most of a day hiking to and from a single waterfall attraction. Then we discovered the Finger Lakes.
Around two million years ago the first of many continental glaciers moved southward from the Hudson Bay area. These scouring glaciers widened, deepened and accentuated the existing river valleys. Glacial debris left behind by the receding ...
... shrimp - yum!
Yesterday drove on via Gettysburg - most interesting place where you can tour the battlefields of the Civil War. On through rapidly changing autumn coloured forests to Corning, where the world famous glassware is made. No rooms at Corning but across the river was a little place called Painted Post and we found rooms for ...