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... time getting through. After an interminable delay we sped into Buffalo City where drivers were swapped and new passengers were let on. Our bus left from Toronto and was going all the way to New York via sundry US towns. We got off at Buffalo International Airport and picked up our Ford Focus type hire car, which turned out to be a very snazzy Hyundai Veloster, with 12000 miles on the clock. It looks like a sports car, ...
... seen in Yellowstone, everyone should experience this. Please take advantage of the opportunities that this country has for us. Our great past president’s made these National Monuments and Forests available for us to appreciate and enjoy. My view on vacations has totally changed and I strongly feel that a two week vacation is necessary to revitalize yourself fully and is necessary for your piece of mind and your health. Enjoy!!
... a couple of things along the way. Guard rails are only used East of the Mississippi and drivers in the Rochester area are among the best in the country. Those drivers on the west coast are not only rude and inconsiderate, they are freak’n crazy! I guess you have to be to live out there.
We only had two minor events on the last leg, the Phoenix Gold mine and the Denver OHSHIT. We pulled off of I70 in Idaho Springs CO to do some panning for Gold. As ...
... of our journey was in Custer when we were at the chuck wagon dinner. I was in line getting the food I ordered and the guy handing out the baked potatoes was asking "baked or smashed?" of course I answered smashed, so he literally smashed my baked potato onto my plate; I have never laughed so hard in my life. Another favorite memory was in Las Vegas and attending the varieties of shows. Vegas ...
... for their flour and would have it imported.
For breakfast I made pancakes on the electric grill. The rest of the strawberries Uncle Bob and Aunt Paula brought us were getting soft (and a little mushed in the fridge) so I cut the rest of them up and used them in the pancakes. I also used some blueberries and blackberries, but the strawberries--which were at their sweetest--stole the show. The pancakes were delicious. Unfortunately we couldn't find the maple syrup ...