Days Inn Cortland/McGraw
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... more stop to find Sauders Country Store near the Seneca-Cayuga Canal and Emma seemed to enjoy looking at the goods there. We bought a few more food supplies and I stocked up on muesli for me and granola for Kara. I had thought about getting a pumpkin but forgot until we got outside again and then decided to skip it.
We then headed to the Waterloo thruway exit to find a motel and saw the Holiday Inn sign from the road, checked for room availability and checked in.
After traveling 24,000 miles we're back visiting Central New York at a spectacular time of year. The deciduous trees are in full regalia and the air is crisp and clean. High temps in the day are in the upper 60s and low 70s, while the ...
... Let me tell you what, some of those tractor trailers fly! I was nervous a couple of times pulling our ensemble through narrow lanes in areas of road repair but we made it. Another 100 miles or so for me...yay.
For the rest of the way home, I dozed, I played sudoku, I read. It was boring but then I've made this trip so many times. Even so, once we drove through ...
... and that includes Niagara Falls! Soft shale has eroded way under the limestone layers which then fall down and are eventually washed away. As we walked along I noticed what I thought was a lot of leaves fallen down along hte hillside and it turned out to be shale peices. Of course I had to put one in my pocket for our meager collection of stones.
A fun little stop which got us some hiking in an otherwise long day of driving and shopping.
Heading back to Milford, where Jack is close to, we stayed at Cortland. On the way there we called into a beautiful spot where there is a waterfall that dates back to the end of the ice age. These falls have eroded the gorge 1000M approx into the hillside since then. The walk is flat and takes only 15 minutes to reach the water fall, a beautiful walk surrounded by shale slopes growing lots of trees.