Residence Inn Albany East Greenbush/Tech Valley
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... Bridge Closed ! We once again confirmed our belief that there is nothing like Midwesterners. As we sat in the RV trying to figure out what our next move was a car pulled up and asked us where we wanted to go. We told him our destination and he began giving us directions . About halfway through,he paused and told us that he didn't have to be any place quickly so suggested that we follow him. He took us through winding roads that we never would have ...
... so we decided to stop for a visit. The Hall of Fame was located conveniently right next to the exit. Inside we found lots of photos and memorabilia dating from the early days of boxing to the present. One of the interesting things was a collection of castings of boxers fists. George Foreman's fist was the second largest. I'd watched quite a bit of boxing with Karl, so there were lots of people I recognized, ...
... some games in the beautiful backyard.
In the afternoon we get onto the 3h drive to Niagara Falls city. We are heading out to the actual Niagara Falls that same night - because it's Sunday, and every Sunday in summer there is a light show and fireworks ...
... br> Saw a lock in use.
More bike path and forest views.
Dinner at Red Robin-burger and chips. Sadly they put number of calories on the menu which always looks horrific. I think they are trying to kill Americans. Burger alone had 1222 calories. Was worth every one though. Thankfully it was fat free (I'm sure, but the menu didnt clarify that point)
... on an area no larger than 5-10 square feet. The rock ended up in this position when the glaciers that once covered this area melted and left this for us to see. It was unfortunate that this cool natural feature has been vandalized by ignorant people spray painting various things on the rock face.
All the same, it was a neat thing to see. Tomorrow, we are off to learn to kayak rapids in the Deerfield ...