Genesee Country Inn Bed And Breakfast
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We're on the road, starting the first stretch of our trip! It is hard to leave home, but we are looking forward to all of the adventures to come. Car is packed to maximum capacity (with still being able to see out of the windows, of course). With a full tank of gas, a heavy heart, and some nervous excitement, we are off to a good start and almost to buffalo. We will make a couple of posts each day of our trip, so stay tuned!! Love always, Julia and ...
... announced...they were still having trouble and breakfast at McDonalds was on them. There was no way I was standing in another line with 150 travel agents to get a free Egg McMuffin! Donald and I went to Dunkin' Donuts instead.
More waiting, more waiting, more waiting-with no word about what was going on! By 11 AM, they decided it was going to take a few hours more, so they ordered subs for everyone for lunch and smartly decided ...
... br> Later, I met David Starkweather, the tug boat captain of the "Clinton Dewitt." I was thrilled when he invited me onboard to look about the oldest working tug on the Erie Canal. Captain Dave was beaming with pride as he showed me the wheelhouse and engine room. The ship's wheel and the brass nautical instruments were polished ...
... farm to find some of Shelly and Howie's older relatives, including Shelly's parents (who are also wonderful people!), playing a game of fives. Now, ordinarily, I hate these kind of games. But there was something so traditional and homely to this, I felt compelled to join in and loved it. It was a sort of way of accepting me and welcoming me into the family lifestyle, which after the craziness of New York, was just what I needed.
Waking up the next day, I felt completely at ...
In the northwest part of Everglade, there are The Momber Caves. Slug-like creatures live in the Momber Caves. These slug-like creatures are called "Mombers". Mombers are very, very protective of their land and are very strong warriors. Unlike normal slugs, Mombers are born about half a meter tall and grow to the maximum height of four meters. No one in Everglade ever go to Mombers for help because you have to be a Momber's good friend to even get a ...