BEST WESTERN The Inn at Buffalo Airport
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Well, after chasing Rachel the length and breadth of America, conducting a long distance romance, hours on Skype, coaxing her to Australia, planning a proposal, a 21st and an engagement party, then being separated again while all the paperwork was sorted, before finally flying half way around the world to get hitched, Brendan's big day finally arrived.
We were up early and into our working clothes to assist Mike and Lynne to do the last minute setup tasks in the Atrium once it ...
Pretty much a day of running around and doing things before we had to take the car back. We started off by going to the apartment and installing all the lights, switches and other gadgets that we brought yesterday. Then we all took a break, and Rachel and Sarah took us on a walk to explore Elmwood Avenue - the road that the apartment is located on. It's a pretty trendy suburb with lots ...
A fairly stressful drive today. After the severe Winter storm last night, the surrounding countryside was feet deep in snow. Many of the eastern airports like Chicago, New York, Boston, Cleveland and Buffalo had all been closed, and flights cancelled or diverted. The roads appeared to be open this morning, even though it was still snowing, but your ability to move depended on when the last snow plough had come past. Unfortunately ...
... down just drenched us - and we thought the bright yellow panchos were suppose to help. One of the decks is called 'Hurricane Deck'. This deck had the hurricane force water just gushing over us and BOY was it Cold!!!! Uncle Rodney kept telling me and Wendi to back up under the water so he could get just the perfect shot of us right smack in the middle of it. As we ended the tour, we had our elevator ride back up and got to take those stupid sandals off. As a bonus, ...
... F-150's. They make 1000 trucks a day. This was the first assembly plant that went from raw materials to the completed vehicles. Location of the first moving assembly line, and one of the largest influences in modern manufacturing.
The next night we stayed at Kalamazoo, our favorite campsite so far, lovely trails, picnic site beach and tennis courts, nice and organized nicest and cheapest campsite by far. We will have to go back.
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