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... a shame in the end because today's fine and windy weather offered the best views of the top of the Falls at very close quarters. The mobile's camera was employed to its limited effect. The nearby souvenir shop (tack and junk) did sell Tilley hats and having had my first one for over 20 years it seemed a good idea to go for a newer model, ventilated and cheaper than at home. Not like me to splash out, twice in ONE ...
... town. One park hosted a huge marina with boat launch ramps and scores of berthing spots on dozens of docks. The marina was empty with the exception of one mid-size cabin cruiser and a small deck boat. Clearly, the season is over and everyone has taken their toys and gone home.
Speaking of dead like a ghost town... we took another day trip to Corning – home of the world famous Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG). We began the trip with ...
... sweet. Couldn't swallow without dunkin them, hence the namesake. Hehe!
We finally arrived at the Comfort Inn Suites at Farmington at 7.00pm. A long day but well worth it.
7 1/2hrs in the car. We checked into our large King Room for USD132. We shared an Antipasto Picnic for dinner in Russ & Amy's room as we'd eaten a lot during the day. Lots of fun laughing ...
... and your choice of 2
sausage patties, 2 hamburger patties or 2 "red or white" hot dogs. We
saw this delicacy advertised around town at other places as well. We sat there
eating and watching a constant line of folks coming in for the ice cream. The
Kiddie cone was all anyone was ordering and it was, well, ginormous! Even the
1/2 kiddie cone would never be finished by a normal child in one sitting. We
were too full for a cone but vowed we would return the ...
We packed up our wet tents and awning this morning and headed out of Watkins Glen. Luckily the rain had stopped, although there was some fog in the campground ( and later on the road) so I t was not too bad to pack. We were all packed and ready to roll before we tried to start the bikes, and then we found that we had managed to run the battery down on the RT. A passer by, who had stopped to talk ...