Jellystone Park Of Western New York
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... 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 ...
Ate the leftover Friendly's for breakfast and got ready to head back to JFK. I'm a big girl now! I rode the train from Ronrokoma to Jamica station and then the Airtram to JFK to Delta to Buffalo. ㅎㅎㅎ
It was sad to leave Kay again, it was great seeing her and it was a very chillaxed weekend. I hope to have more time with her next time though.
My poor little plane. The tow got stuck on ice ...
... I'll say that again. We had to pay 45 dollars for one toll to get off the highway. Hoe. Lee. Cow. Talk about highway robbery. Of course, the toll pales in comparison to the cost of the gasoline that got us this far. Cripes, this wedding better be worth it.
Tomorrow is Leg 2 - Pembroke, NY to Clarksville, IN. Long leg -- a little over 550 miles, so we're in for a haul. It's the longest leg of ...
... the station and boarding the train,asking for papers from non-US nationals,and the surprise was palpable when Tom and I offered up our passports...clearly we fit the all-American profile...
Dreadfully dull journey in coach class to Boston.Like Monday this took 12 hours.Unlike Monday we were awake throughout.Signs of post industrial decay across New York state.V.pleased to get to ...
... 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 ...