August Lodge Cooperstown
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We arrived late Thursday night and had a campfire with the Deal family in KOA Herkimer NY. We spent Thursday night at Walmart since KOA campgrounds are so expensive :( We are so use to Walmart and truck stops now that anything that costs money seems expensive (:
Friday the boys from both families did the mining for diamonds for a ...
... in the first hour I felt the excitement and it brought back memories of Chris & I playing baseball and the fun we had, and going to all the Jays games. Yeah, before kids. I did learn a couple of tidbits. Do you know what they put on the ball so it doesn't shine? If you guessed "spit" - you'd be wrong. It's mud from a specific part of the Delaware River. And do you know why the home plate is called "home plate"? That's ...
On the drive to Cooperstown, David teaches us a new game called "My Cow," which keeps us entertained for a good long while. The baseball hall of fame and museum is awesome. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and other baseball heroes are inspiring, and the museum really showcases baseball as the ...
- The 4th celebrations were canceled and there were flash flood warnings so I decided to leave Maine a day early.
- We went to a farm share lunch and enjoyed the sharing of knowledge from herbalists. In the afternoon we were back in Fryeburg painting the floor in the master bedroom. Monday Kathryn's son ...
We left Canandaigua and continued east toward Utica. We arrived in Herkimer late in the afternoon on Friday the 13th. So far no bad luck to speak of (of course, Sheryl never expects bad luck on a Friday the 13th since Thomas was born on one!).
A little side note for you fellow model railroaders. It seems Canandaigua was where John Armstrong was born and raised, hence the name for one of his famous layouts, the Canandaigua Southern.