John Morris Manor Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tuesday, September 2
Our first order of business this morning was to send and
overnight package to our son Reese. He is on the east coast for about a week
doing a lecture at William and Mary College, looking at some artifacts that
have left his small island of St. Eustatius that are being reclaimed and
exploring the area. We stopped in Erie, PA and sent the package and then headed
off to Palmyra N.Y. Palmyra is home to some of our church’s ...
... 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 ...
I rode about 50 miles today on the canal bike way. It started to get a little taxing on my body, just because I'm not used to riding in dirt for that long. It was pretty flat and smooth, but definitely a different feel than blacktop. A cyclist approached us on the canal and started talking to us like he was now the leader of our group. He told us what we were going to see, that we needed to go through ...
Drove 97 miles today in late afternoon.
We made it to Lake Ontario, just as the rain began to fall. Found this little RV park near the shoreline off the beaten path south of Oswego, NY. As dusk quickly set in and the rain increased we pulled into campsite, unhooked, set down the leverelers, out came the slides and ...
... and that includes Niagara Falls! Soft shale has eroded way under the limestone layers which then fall down and are eventually washed away. As we walked along I noticed what I thought was a lot of leaves fallen down along hte hillside and it turned out to be shale peices. Of course I had to put one in my pocket for our meager collection of stones.
A fun little stop which got us some hiking in an otherwise long day of driving and shopping.