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... was happening later in evening and I told the man we would be in and out in an hour which we were. We parked on the grass by other trucks with boat triailers and got out easily
The hike was pretty neat up into this gorge formed over past 12,000 years fro mwater erosion by the river. We walked along part of the river bed so Sraddha could cool off by getting feet wat on return trip.
The fall is 215 ft high. Tallest in New ...
... We are located right in town and there was an antique car show on the Main Street. The street was closed so we got to walk around and view some of the oldies. There was a 1967 Dodge Charger that Rich's dad once had. I could not find a 1961 Chevy BelAir, only the Impala. It was fun looking at the cars and speaking with some of the old timers.
We walked all around the town and talked to an antique shop owner for a while. Everyone ...
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.
... recognizes tolls!
We ate sandwiches for lunch and dinner out of the back of the baby house. Bud did splurge
and get a post-dinner $8 McDonald’s #4. I got a 0.49 baby ice cream cone. All said and done, we made it 800 miles, spent $47.25 in tolls and $330.49 in petrol. We finally stopped, after 800 miles, at a very nice rest stop in Wisconsin around 11 p.m. (EDT) for the night.
... we would forget how the nets in the tress caught the olives, how the clouds formed over Mt. Vesuvius, or how the sun set across the Mediterranean. Despite the pictures, I believe it’s inevitable that we will forget a million of those little things. Luckily, there were enough experiences shared between us that I know we will hold in our hearts a million moments that could never be forgotten. The feelings we developed for each other, and within ourselves, for ...