Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Springville
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... on the freeway. Every couple of kilometres, there were signs saying 'Hundreds of Collisions' and ‘Brake for Moose’ and ‘It Could Save Your Life.’ Yikes.
On Wednesday, we ended up in a state park in the little state of New Hampshire. This was our first night camping in bear territory, and as my two years in the scouts has taught me, we should be prepared. Coops and I read a very ...
... say that we weren't surrounded by bums in Tim Hortons, we were just a little more comfortable. Dad and courts wified while i slept. I needed it. I was exhausted after havin not slept on last nights bus because the arab behind was talking about how he escaped Iraq at the most inconsiderate noise level. We headed back to the bus at 5am and got our connection to niagara falls. I already don't care much for Niagara, and don't think it deserves the ...
... too sore by this point so we stopped off in Ithaca to buy a longer stem for my handle bars which I think has helped a lot! Ithaca was a really nice town, with the guys in the bike shop really helpful. They recommended a street food shop opposite too that had the best falafel and hummus pittas! It felt good to not eat in a diner or gas station at lunchtime! The rest of the afternoon we cycled alongside lake Cayuga until we hit over 60 miles. ...
... spring. Combined with the 104 last fall we have completed 158 locks on our little meander.
Buffalo is Mile 0 of the Erie Canal. The original canal began just a few feet from where we are docked. Also just a few feet from us is docked the Peacemaker, a 150 foot Tall Ship.
According to the weather forecasts, we will stay in Buffalo Saturday and depart for the 80 mile crossing to Erie early Sunday ...
... are fantastic - definitely something I will remember for the rest of my life.
On the bus back we witnessed our first example of racism where an elderly Chinese woman would not let a young black man sit on the last remaining seat. He sat there anyway and thankfully everyone else on the bus seemed to support him. The Chinese woman was not happy with this, she would brush clean any part of her clothes that touched him and even ...