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Our missions today were to drive to Amherst, above Buffalo, to check out Vidler's Five and Dime Store, and then - surprise, surprise – to check out another DDD – Grover’s.
Vidler’s was amazing. It was like walking back in time especially in the toy and candy departments. They have a ton of inventory and if they ...
This morning, the four of us jumped in the car and headed out to the northeast to check out Letchworth State Park that is near where Rick lived before he joined the Army.
On the way over, we stopped at the Rolling Hills Restaurant for breakfast. It was a neat local eatery that sits out in the country and the locals flock to. Shirley had blueberry pancakes that were more blueberry than pancake. I had their ham and cheese omelet special with home style ...
We decided today, that we would drive into the inner city of Buffalo and check out the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park near the harbor.
The park was opened in 1979 and is the home of guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock (CLG-4), WWII destroyer USS The Sullivans (DD-537), and WWII submarine USS Croaker (SSK-246.
USS Little Rock was the first to bear the name of the capital ...
Today, we arrived at Rick and Flo's "campground" outside Irving, NY. Once we were escorted to our site and got hooked up, we sat on their “veranda” and admired the splendid views of the countryside and all the “little people” that were toiling away supporting the social security program and keeping our ...
... magic mineral broth vegetable soup from wonderful sister Roz's cookbook, as well as brightly colored fresh cut flowers to contrast with the snow. Got to talk to Emily for over an hour. Most of all - got to do a laundry and dry it!:-). Don't ever take fluffy towels for granted!
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