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... area cause both Gail and Claude grew up here. Some great old smaller communities and tons of farm land!
Did have an allergy flare up so took a Sudafed and it wasn't clear after an hour, so took another and holy high batman...I had a buzzola happening! It did dry up the snoz tho! Popped out to Claude's brother's place but he wasn't there (turns out he was over to see us).
When we headed back, ...
... in, but she didn't notice anything.
I knocked on the door and called out "hello?"
she said "Diane, is that you? I'll just be a minute"
then she ran down the stairs and stopped short when she saw me. Her jaw dropped. "Sara!" she said then the completely inadequate things people always say in these situations "what are you doing here?"
"oh I was in the hemisphere" I said "so I thought I'd pop by for a visit"
we hugged for a minute. "how did you get ...
... VT) that had been badly hit by Hurricane Irene. He told us that in that particular area there are very low-lying valleys. When we drove through we could see just how badly it had been flooded as we saw the corn fields covered in mud up to the tip of the stalks. The same fella said that with the loss of several lives and all of the damage that took place it was the worst natural disaster that Vermont had ever experienced. We only knew ...
Today we spent the evening at Coles Creek Campground where Noelle and Justin were camping. Its nice to be home and see my sis and the most beautiful baby in the world..Aubrey! I am so sad that they no longer live in Florida so I am trying to suck up all the time I can to see them while I am here in upstate New York. Noelle picked up my cousins TJ and Alyssa so I got to see them too which was nice! We spent the evening around the campfire battling the bugs and drinking beers ...
Next stop was the town hall where we learned the origin of the town's name. Mr. Gleason at the Chamber of Commerce informed us that the town of Massena was named after Andre Massena, one of Napoleon's field marshals who lived from 1756-1817. While no one seemed to know the connection between Andre Massena and the town the name has stuck since 1802. To get our shot in front of the town hall we had to halt traffic while model Katie worked her magic ...