Juniper Hill Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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With 2015 being only two days away, I'm currently reflecting on all the experiences I've had this past year, and what I am looking forward to in the new year to come. I'm big on "firsts" and answering the question "when was the last time you did something for the first time?". So, I composed a list (which I'm also a fan of) of my firsts for 2015. The list contains 20 items so far, ranging from flying ...
... br> Made it to the border at 10:30am, no problems just checked the registration of the truck and trailer, where we were going, how long, the usual stuff. Headed down I-81 heading for Horseheads, NY, where we had made arrangements to "Boondock" for the night. Trip down to there had no problems just have to get used to looking for large areas to park when getting gas, food, ...
... 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 ...
... show Emma some of the beautiful Finger Lakes landscape, especially the hills of vineyards. Unfortunately, the route we took up the east side of Cayuga Lake was devoid of vineyards except for one small patch. We may have ended up seeing another medium patch toward the end, but I was very disappointed. I am not sure Emma shared my disappointment, but I think the Finger Lakes are not as stunning in cool, rainy fall weather with the autumn leaves past their peak.
... basically have to plow your way through dozens of displays, racks of goods and informative kiosks just to get to the ticket booth. After a dozen or so tour busses unloaded what appeared to be the entire city of Nagasaki into the gift shop, Jim informed Casey that he was not all that high on learning anything more about Glass. For him, the gift shop was informative enough to call it a day. Casey demurred.
As we drove back to the ...