Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast
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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 ...
We started out from Marleen & Chris's house on Waneta Lake and drove to Hammondsport where we stopped at a bakery and had breakfast. It was a place where people knew and greeted each other by name. With the cool, rainy weather, it was pretty quiet on the streets compared to the summer high season.
From Hammonsport, we drove eastward through Watkins Glen to Ithaca. There we attempted to park in order to see/walk to one of the famous gorges on the campus ...
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 ...