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... br> historical sites. Palymyra is "where it all began". We have always
thought that if we were in the area it would be fun to see the places we have
heard about all our lives.
Our drive was uneventful and in the pouring rain most of the
time. Oh yes, Ted noticed while we were camping that the brand new air
conditioner shroud we had bought our first days out from of Ogden UT at Camping
World was already broken...on the back, and had a big crack on one ...
... sidecar, came to our rescue with a jump from his car and it fired right up. As a note, we found the folks at this rally to be universally very friendly and happy to help with anything that was going on, and would definitely consider going back. Next time I will make sure the awards chair is consulted about their geographic ability though. We headed for I 86 via the local roads and rode ...
... as there was no separate sidecar class. Three of the classes were won by sidecars, yeah! After the bike show it was dinner time and tonight they offered a pork roast with new potatoes, salad, and mixed trees and yellow squash. Really well done for a rally meal. After dinner was the awards and door prizes followed by the band. We almost won an award as long distance sidecar but it turned out ...
... to ride. We crossed NY on Hiways 8,12, 49, and I 90 to arrive at Hiway 14 which runs from I 90 to Watkins Glen.. We hen we arrived at Watkins glen the traffic was significant, probably due to the Automobile Races going on this weekend and next weekend. We managed to find our way to the rally site and get registered and set up before dark. The rally site is a 4H camp I the state park and is really quite nice, with a large open grassy area for tent camping.. Almost as nice ...
We stopped by here just north of Ithaca, NY, on the shores of the largest of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga Lake to hike the trail to the falls. About 1.5 mile round trip and worth it. It was mid afternoon and the clouds were growing so we wanted to make some headway on the road up to Lake Ontario so we didn't dally.
Despite our not being hooked up, I was able to convince the attendent at park entrance to only charge us for one vehicle. ...