Jellystone Park Of Western New York
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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 ...
... The man behind Anna chuckled as he watched our comedic reunion. I ran up the escalator, around and back down. Anna and I ran to each other and hugged, which sent my phone that was in my hand flying. Back in the car, Anna met my mom and off to Afternoon Tea we went. It was delicious and how I miss Afternoon Tea!
After Tea, we made our way to Niagara Falls. It started to snow that morning, so we were a little ...
... a lady a good time? Somehow, Kathy has lived her life thus far without knowing the pleaures of eating at a Denny's. So I told her in order to fit in, we'll get drunk, stumble in around 3:00 in the morning, order a ****-load of food, urinate on the floor and leave without paying the check.
One thing that took us by surprise was the immense toll we had to pay to get off the New York Thruway. ...
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 ...
... been given the label 'brownfield'.
Now the I've done more reading on the area I see why so many 'No trespassing' signs exist. From 1949 to 1952 the Lackawanna Steel Company produced uranium fuel rods for nuclear reactors. That's is why I no longer need a night light at home :-)
The main obstacle was a hill made of gravel. I had to ...