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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... towns, including Dannamorra, NY, home of the famous, or infamous, maximum security prison. The prison is located right in the middle of the town and we rode right past it's fortress like walls. Sort of gloomy, but also interesting from a historical perspective. Once we were on The interstates ( 86, 90, and 71) we rolled along pretty well with traffic light and the road construction zones quiet ...
... 458 miles) is further than Mississippi (1039 miles). Must be that new math or maybe the brother-in-law lives in Ohio? A protest was filed but ignored by the Awards Chair so we moved on. We did manage to not win any door prizes, ASIs the RAMS tradition. We stayed a few minutes for the band the back to the campsite and to bed at a reasonable hour as we have a full day tomorrow on our way back ...