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... going everyday and seeing all that we could. It was amazing and we are already planning a trip for next summer to Maine and the east coast of Canada. This was our first big trip together and I think we will be even better prepared for our next trip.
I can tell you this...my life has been enriched more than I could imagine. This country truly is, America the Beautiful.
... our way back to the campground we went over to see Lake Oneida and Sylvan Beach. The beach area also has an amusement park located across the parking lot. The area had a lot of tourists and people seemed to be enjoying the lake and beach area.
Tomorrow we will be in Grand Island, NY to visit the one, the only Niagara Falls. I just love waterfalls and can't wait!!
... but we took off knowing we were going to be on 90 almost all the way to Auburn. We stopped at a Denny's for lunch, it was mediocre at best. There was not much to choose from as this is all country around here.
We were about 1 ½ hours out from our destination for the day. That turned into 2 ½ hours. That GPS has a mind of its own. Rich could not put the number 74 State Street in the GPS. It demanded a four digit address. But, we figured ...
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.
... by half-hour to 45 minutes. Buddy did a great job maneuvering
through tight constructions zones and jammed lanes. We did run a couple of tolls because we simply could not traverse the lanes to get to the ‘cash’ lane. Audrey, the GPS, would say, “be in either of the two left lanes” and we would be…but the ‘cash’ lane was the far right lane. I don’t ...