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Just that. Nothing special. Stopped at a convenience store, bought a bottle of water and gave a couple cub scouts who were doing a fund raiser a few dollars. Trying to decide whether I want to spend another night on the road or save money and ride the rest of the way home. Skies are a mix of sun and large dark clouds in the distance. When the sun isn't shining it's a little cool --- high today is only around ...
... through the lower level of the gorge are simply beautiful. The walkways, which hug the sides of the gorge, are made out of the rock from the gorge. There are many stairs, as well as several bridges and tunnels to make the walk especially interesting. There's no shortage of opportunities to capture interesting photographs. Admission to the park was $8 but it also allowed entry to any of the New York state parks for a few ...
... for any others enough to buy a bottle.
After our wine tasting, some snacks, and a few photo opps by some beautiful waterfalls we started the drive back home to Pennsylvania. All in all it was a wonderful trip and I would love to go back again camping, hiking, or touring any time! And I'm still pretty proud of Joey and I for sticking it out and braving the elements on our first camping trip! ...
... trip. =(
However, moving past the negative! The campgrounds themselves were super cool and we did get to explore a few of the trails along the Gorge Friday night and late Sunday afternoon, before and after the storms. We also broke down Saturday night, after very little food and being cooped up in the tent all day, and decided to go into town for some delicious Italian food at Jerlando's. Some of the best garlic knots I have ever had in my life! ...
... She said it took about 2 hrs to go to Hector Falls. The lake was really calm and the sky was clear. We figured we should be able to make the trip before any potential storms and rented a double kayak for $25/hr. We put on the foam sandals we got from Cave of the Winds (that Wayne refused to toss) and took off for Hector Falls just past the first point on the right bank of Seneca Lake. Another couple left right before us so, naturally, we had to beat them. We made it to the point in ...