The Inn on the Lake
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... we were
glad we did. There were at least 800 steps over a mile and a half to
the top of the canyon. The hike along the way was amazing. There
are 19 water falls up through the canyon that are spectacular. This is
a State Park not to be missed. After we had finally reached the top
of the park, we found out that we had just gotten on the last bus
returning to the lower entrance of ...
... donation or $5 for guided tour), and FREE PARKING EVERYWHERE (at least as far as I could tell). In the basement of the visitor center are public restrooms and showers for the boaters that travel through, but I would imagine anyone could use them if necessary.
... enjoying having a little bit of time away to myself. Trips like this always seem to result in me being able to rediscover parts of myself that get increasingly lost in the daily routine. However, I'm also trying to save money, too, because I really want to get a sidecar for The X (my motorcycle) so I can do future trips with another family member or with our dog! It does tend to get lonely on the road when traveling alone; it's nice to share the ...
... fairly down home kind of place, obviously visited by the locals who are regulars. It had a long bar where one could sit and eat, and there was all sorts of local memorabilia hanging on the walls. The food was fairly average, the hostess was nice, and they had free samples of some of their baked goods. I had fried cod dinner with applesauce and homemade bread. My "tall glass of ice water" I had asked for was a paper cup which I had to keep asking to have filled. My dinner was ...
I stopped in Geneva to look for a gas station. Geneva is a very nice college type town with a wonderfully revitalized downtown area, but there did not appear to be an abundance of gas stations. I was really quite surprised, given the fact I was on one of the major routes going through town. I had to drive through a good part of town before I eve saw a gas station, and it wasn't even a major ...