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"Crossing the border" K Kristofferson
Friday 3 October 2014
The final day of our sojourn in Niagara Falls - beautiful weather again accompanied, however, by a stiffening breeze. Just walking to Denny's for breakfast showered us in a fine mist, vapour blown up inland from the Falls. We had planned to do a longer walk in Niagara Glen, but the WeGo busses don't run before 10 and we had barely a couple of hours ...
... 8211; WINE! It seemed that every ½ mile there was a vineyard, a winery, or a tasting room. It turns out that there are 34 wineries registered on the wine trail tour around Seneca Lake and that the Finger Lakes is the largest United States wine producing region outside of California.
We did not partake of any wine tastings, but Casey did enjoy the playground at Lodi Point Park – perhaps a bit too much. Each park we stopped at was like ...
... Peter "cut the cheese" not realising that the expression means "passing wind" in America. We had sharp & creamy cheese, hummous, salami, olives both green and black, flatbread, mini toasts, cotton candy grapes and cantaloupe.
Tried to Skype Dad for Fathers Day. Couldn't get through so left a text message. Also tried to Skype Andrew, also no luck, left a video ...
... was getting late. The rain
finally stopped and it was humid but not hot. We arrived at the Palmyra visitor
center at around 6:30 and when we came walking up the walk, two sister
missionaries snapped to attention and waited for us to come inside. We had the
whole place to ourselves besides a senior missionary couple, Bro and Sis
Childs. We got a map of the sites to see in the morning and a list of camping
spots in the area.
We checked out the closest ...
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 ...