Rose & Thistle Bed & Breakfast
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... the end of the school year and we all bought penny candy at the General Store. It was a dull, cloudy day with threats of rain and we walked around the grounds and visited the various buildings. Here, as in most of these reconstructed historical settings, there were people dressed in period costume ready to tell us about life in the old days....and demonstrate how people did things. Since it was the end of the season and a weekday, there were hardly any ...
... and then joined Mike and the girls who were tubing down the "rapids" on the river that passes from one end of the campground to the other. We had a lot of fun.
Friday night we had another great campfire and spent time swapping adventure stories with the Deal family that had just come back from Frontier Days out in Wyoming.
... one time it was a metal plate that came from someones home. OK, enough learning.
Stopped at a roof top bar and grill for a much needed drink and bite to eat and then to watch a pickup baseball game at Doubleday Field.
On our travels we stopped at a creamery for some ice cream and they must have known Chris was coming. There were signs all over saying "NO". We were allowed in the creamery. Whew!
Today was primarily a driving day with one stop on our way to our hotel in Buffalo. The one stop was the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown NY. Crowded and there was no designated parking for this place. The next day we cross into Canada from Buffalo. This is our 10th different USA / Canada border ...
... of the past?). The Abbott and Costello "Who's on First" routine was a riot to see in its entirety and got us all laughing. Glad the kids now know it. We were hoping to swim in the lake, but the clouds opened up. Luckily, we were able to play board games in a very welcoming (and dry) ...