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... building that Jim did his study, or where he stayed but we made our way to the main buildings, and walked up the paths just as he would have done. It was one of those special moments for Peter as he remembered his dad and the time he spent in Syracuse and how it was always such an important experience for him. Back to collect the travel trailer, and we were on our way again continuing north in New York State. It felt good to be on the move again after our unplanned overnight ...
... of Canadian Geese as we traveled the canal.
Since it is only the two of us, we both have to drive the boat. I have to say that I truly enjoyed the opportunity of moving her along the canal, but you do have to keep your "eyes on a swivel" due to the recent flooding on the canal causing an excessive amount of logs and debris to be floating along with you.
... After dinner at our hotel, we took the kids on a campus tour back to Lawrenson hall where we first met, through the old business school and one of the art school buildings to check out the new photo labs. We had everyone take a picture on the kissing bench, and retold them the legend that if you kissed your true love on this bench you would be together forever, so far this bench is working ...
... boat in position.
Barry gave us clear instructions on what to do. Dennis stayed at the helm, and Barry took the ropes in the lock along with me to show us how it should be done on this first lock. To say I was anxious is a bit of an understatement. I wasn't terrified, but it was certainly borderline fear. Dennis made ...
... to Oswego, NY. The second half of that ride was one of the most enjoyable motorcycle journeys I've ever been on. A few hills and some curvy roads, sunny and warm but not too hot.
Oswego seems like a nice town. We visited the H. Lee White Marine Museum and toured a tug boat that was used during WWII. Then we went to Safe Haven which was a camp for refugees during WWII. People were housed ...