Jellystone Park Of Western New York

Address: 5204 Youngers Road, North Java, New York, 14113, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 5204 Youngers Road, North Java.
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      Travel Blogs from North Java

      The Big Day

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Dec 29, 2012

      39 photos

      ... Daniel and Sarah spoke as attendants - then later on Brendan and Rachel got to show off their bridal dance - a choreographed dance that they had taken a number of lessons to perfect, before Mike danced with Rachel, and we all joined in. There was lots of music during the afternoon. A blind singer sang a couple of songs which were originally targeted for the bridal waltz, until Brendan vetoed them because they didn't fit the dance. Mike's band played a set with Mike on drums in his suit ...

      Anna!

      A travel blog entry by zkylar on Jan 27, 2012

      3 photos

      ... off we went to pick up Emily from school. Grandpa Walt and Grandma Pat arrived at the house the same time we did. We had Spaghetti Pizza, Da Boss Pizza and chicken fingers for dinner. Spent some time with the family then Anna, Em and I went upstairs and had a little girl time. Em went downstairs and Anna and I read Tarot cards...ah ****! I forgot my Tarot Card and psychology book!

      Anna has the rest of the photos.
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      JFK - > BUF

      A travel blog entry by zkylar on Jan 22, 2012

      4 photos

      ... the planes help to push out. Then we had a 20 minute taxi. The flight was wonderful and short. Landed in Buffalo and made faces at my sister who was in the waiting area. Met the parents, received the luggage and went to the car. There was a beautiful sunset and as I was gazing, was informed that we were going to my step-dad's for a belated Christmas gathering. Said my hellos, ate some pizza and back home to crash.
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      Permission for comfort zone - Denied!

      A travel blog entry by zkylar on Feb 11, 2011

      ... will be going to a different province. I am making some friends in a group on Facebook, so hopefully that will help a bit. So this shall be interesting. :)
      So why am I doing this if it is so out of my comfort zone? Well, several. I love traveling and this is one way to do it. Korea is also a unique culture that I haven't been exposed to before I started this journey (Began to look into this September 2008). I also want to open my mind ...

      Freedom Trail

      A travel blog entry by kevmeister on Apr 28, 2010

      Got out of Niagara early doors.Used the same driver as yesterday,Rafiq,originally from Jordan,36 years in the US.

      Racial profiling's a big issue here at the moment following the passing of a new state law in Arizona,and he spoke eloquently of the extent to which race is used to profile his passengers when crossing the border to Canada and back.Interestingly,the border police were ...