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... to Stream Adventures was supposed to open at 10 (what kind of adventurer doesn't start until 10?) so we headed over to their office at the marina and wait. No one was there at 10 so we called and got the answering machine. There was a free bike share shed next to their shed/office and we saw a couple get some bikes out of there but the other adult bikes had flat tires, no seats, etc so that was a no go.
We were just getting ready to leave when the attendant showed up at ...
... on to Big Flats. Apparently they had changed our plane to a smaller plane that could not accommodate everyone who had a reservation. They needed 17 volunteers to take a later flight (next day) and it took quite a while for them to sort that all out. At the same time, we were waiting for a pilot as well.
Eventually, we were on our way and the flight to Big Flats was less ...
... at Zion Adventure Company to pick up some specialized hiking boots and socks for a planned hike into The Narrows on Sunday morning.
So, we're looking forward to the trip! Nothing left to do but get ourselves to the airport tomorrow morning. I hope everyone enjoys the blog over the next couple of weeks. We'll be sharing a lot of photos, videos, and stories throughout.
Talk to everyone soon!
Rte 6 is the 2nd longest continuous highway in USA; from Bishop, CA to Cape Cod. This PA scenic portion is 1 rolling hill after another with farm lands interspersed between forests, rivers, small towns of yesterday-year......and vista views of the fall foliage on every ridge. This "Endless Mountain" area part of the Allegheny Mountains is rich in Civil War, Native Indian, French Azilum settlement histories.....and currently a booming fracking area. Vivid fall colors explode over every ...
... shrimp - yum!
Yesterday drove on via Gettysburg - most interesting place where you can tour the battlefields of the Civil War. On through rapidly changing autumn coloured forests to Corning, where the world famous glassware is made. No rooms at Corning but across the river was a little place called Painted Post and we found rooms for ...