Sugar Pine Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... and pop vinyls. The next day we headed into the city of Boston where we visited there colleges and university and did some more shopping. Then on 6th we caught a crowded train to Fennway park were we watched the Boston Red Sox take on a team (can't remember their name) The atmosphere there was just amazing. Then we all got a good nights sleep so we would be all full of energy to head Maine where the best week ever was about to ...
... up’ and brush our teeth etc…
Just to let anyone not aware of who Jim is….my Grandma and his mum were sisters and grew up in Salamanca. Jim Brown and his 2 brothers have lived there their whole lives. Jim lives just 2 doors down from his brothers who live in what was their parents’ house. I’ve heard many stories from my mum about them but was pretty young when I met them so had no memories.
We turned up to ...
... see a huge monument to Lucy, her grave was modest and like many others. For those of you who aren't Lucy fans, the red hearts that lead you to her grave are the same as those used at the beginning of I Love Lucy TV show. Lucy died following a heart transplant operation on April 26 1989.
Afterwards, we drove to Celeron, which is where Lucy was actually born (about a 5 minute drive from Jamestown) and found a park where ...
We thought it would be a nice full circle if we camped again in upstate New York toward the end of our trip, so we found Allegany State Park in the southern tier of the state. We weren't sure what to expect, and we didn't arrive until about 7:30, but we went to the Quaker Lake area and checked in to the Cain Hollow campground. We had the best campsite we've had all trip (minus the views). Site 161 was huge, shaded, private ...
We decided today, that we would drive into the inner city of Buffalo and check out the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park near the harbor.
The park was opened in 1979 and is the home of guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock (CLG-4), WWII destroyer USS The Sullivans (DD-537), and WWII submarine USS Croaker (SSK-246.
USS Little Rock was the first to bear the name of the capital ...