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We're on the road, starting the first stretch of our trip! It is hard to leave home, but we are looking forward to all of the adventures to come. Car is packed to maximum capacity (with still being able to see out of the windows, of course). With a full tank of gas, a heavy heart, and some nervous excitement, we are off to a good start and almost to buffalo. We will make a couple of posts each day of our trip, so stay tuned!! Love always, Julia and ...
... 8211; WINE! It seemed that every ½ mile there was a vineyard, a winery, or a tasting room. It turns out that there are 34 wineries registered on the wine trail tour around Seneca Lake and that the Finger Lakes is the largest United States wine producing region outside of California.
We did not partake of any wine tastings, but Casey did enjoy the playground at Lodi Point Park – perhaps a bit too much. Each park we stopped at was like ...
... miles flew by as the dim light of day revealed a chilly, cloudy sky that set a somber mood. Today was 9-11. I rode in tearful remembrance of the tragic event. Later, I passed American Flags at half mast, honoring all that have lost their lives to the senseless horrors of terrorism.
Meanwhile, back at the Historic Village B ...
... packing tape. Fun!
The scenery along the Finger Lakes was spectacular. Amazing residences, very large and stunning. Green lawns. Mountains of trees. Went through a canyon that has a waterfall when the rains come. Just Beautiful.
Stopped at Dunkin Donuts for afternoon tea. Almond Milk Cappuccino and Donut Munchkins, Cinnamin, Chocolate and Pumpkin. Very ...
... br> historical sites. Palymyra is "where it all began". We have always
thought that if we were in the area it would be fun to see the places we have
heard about all our lives.
Our drive was uneventful and in the pouring rain most of the
time. Oh yes, Ted noticed while we were camping that the brand new air
conditioner shroud we had bought our first days out from of Ogden UT at Camping
World was already broken...on the back, and had a big crack on one ...