Extended Stay America - Syracuse - Dewitt
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... ourselves to go in. Wow, is what this mansion is. There was a hidden doorway that was in the library that led to an outer hall. It is just massive with 65 rooms. We were shown the ballroom and there in the corner sat a piano. Harvey plugged in the digital piano and he played a few tunes for us. His playing was amazing as the acoustics in the ballroom was to his advantage. There are many others that live in the house, share a huge working kitchen ...
... the bits were $70 and the western shirts were $50 and up. It's not cheap to be a cowgirl! We crossed the wide and choppy Missouri River to the mountains north of Helena. The vivid green grasses dotted here and there with trees looked like a ginormous golf course. Cattle grazing on top of the plateau conjured images of the buffalo jumps held by the First Peoples tribes. ...
... by the Butte Harley shop to buy a poker chip for my collection. It was a hot return trip; 89 degrees. The pavement radiated a stifling dry hotness. We cruised through Nevada City, Virginia City, and back to Ennis where we watched a herd of pronghorn antelope graze among a herd of cattle. Bud took the truck and camper to a car wash to remove some of the built up bug guts we’d ...
... cyclists came into the center’s parking lot. Not having ever known a stranger, I walked over to chat with them and discovered that the wife was a 3rd
grade teacher in Ithaca, NY. Small world! They were cycling through part of the Transamerica Trail. It was nice to have a lengthy conversation with someone other than my mate. After our visit, I fried up some ...
... the campground this morning around 8:30, we headed south of Yellowstone for the Grand Tetons. It was a gentle ride without the extreme curves of the Blackhills or Bear Tooth. We drove through miles and miles of immature
lodge pine forest that is recovering from the forest fire of 1988. The Grand Tetons were majestically blue with snow in the crevices and ravines, and several ...