Darien Lake Amusment And Water Park Campground
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I am amazed that some amphitheaters look so much like others. This venue is almost an exact duplicate of Scranton, PA. It is a circus tent structure with a wooden stage.
We had a nice load in, using house projection for the second day in a row. Because we did not have this extra equipment, it made loading in so much easier. I was also able to position my cable ...
Crossed back into the US at Niagra Falls yesterday. Spent some time touring Fort Erie and the Canadian side of the Falls before doing so. Camped on the shore of Lake Ontario last night and then spent today getting to a different state park. I will go back to Niagra Falls tomorrow ...
... surprisingly short drive from Buffalo up to the falls. Although there was a certain amount of bickering between Jana and Neil about which way to go. I spent most of the trip grinning on and off at River, who was staring at me in great fascination *g*
He's very cute, and when he smiles he's adorable *g* He wasn't entirely sure what to make of me, I think, but we managed to make him giggle by asking him if things were funny *g*
We had to ...
... but getting into trucks is not one of them. I still have to try out a bus system on the East called Megabus which is cheaper than Greyhound and hopefully more enjoyable.
As for Buffalo... I didn't see much of it but what I did notice was that most people were friendly (an old lady even made the effort to let me know that slushies were free at 7/11s that day), and a lot of older people were big fans of Burger King.
... right next to it, and that I should head north. I found the street and began heading north, after a few blocks (big blocks!) I realised that there were only gas stations and run down old buildings - hardly the trendy little shopping street I had envisaged. I walked the other way, angry at Google for their obvious shortcomings (it could never have been my fault).
I finally reached the trendy part of the Avenue, and it was nice to see people outside eating and ...