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... about 7pm, which was completely understandable.
We met the fire chief, Rob, who loves the circus and asked us lots of questions about our job. It’s so nice to hang out with folks who geek out about your job with you…Rob recommended a restaurant around the corner from the station, but also said the station was buying pizza that night and we were welcome to join them.
John got started around 9am today and I opted to stay back at the RV. They went to a ...
Stopped at a Resort Parks International (RPI) Park overnight - probably one of the nicest places we've ever been - and only $10 a night!
A lovely campground in true resort style. Wristbands are handed out at check-in, and with a wrist band, you can use one of their many paddle boats or canoes on the little lake that ...
... happened. Manluis has a population of 150 and driving through "downtown" we spotted one woman walking along. I got out of the RV to ask her a question, and she disappeared into thin air around a corner. We saw no other signs of life in Manluis.
We eventually ended up going the right direction and pulled into the farm with no other incident.
More later on the visit with Stan & Carol.
Rita & ...
... In 1839, it consisted of a sprinkling of cabins, two stores and a tavern. Lyons, to the north, where a ferry had been established by Elijah Buell, grew at a healthy pace. Lyons was first a mill town with grain and flour mills before being recognized for its lumber potential.
Throughout the 1840 New York changed little while communities around it continued to ...
... When we got to about 45 miles, we stopped to get ice cream to celebrate. We were all very happy. We rode the final 5 miles fast, and once I got back to the RV I put my hands in the air.
Today I learned that I can do things that I haven't done before or don't think I can do if I work hard. I had a great day!