The Inn at Glenora Wine Cellars
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... but being the optimists that we are we pressed on. The roads in Greater Madawaska Township had not been touched (wonder where my tax dollars go), however once reaching the county line to Lanark they had the roads cleared and salted so we felt better, especially in the hills between home and Perth. Once at Perth the roads were fine all we had was on and off again snow ...
... the packing and movers (without the extras assistance of a 4 and 2 year old). The crew seemed to have a quite the adventure. Roscoe was very excited about the barns he saw on the drive. They all stayed in Elmira, New York that night. Pictures will show the mischief Gwen was ...
... University, but there did not seem to be any parking places that we could find. Then we were going to walk a bit to look for the Moosewood Restaurant. We ended up using the GPS and driving in circles around a street construction area. Finally, we located the Moosewood and had a lovely, extremely filling, British Isles dish called Rumpledethump that Emma had never heard of but suspected might be Scottish and Google confirmed her suspicion.
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... out the towns' Harvest Festival. Surrounded by hills rising 1,000 feet, this village is the focal point for seven natural glens which radiate from its borders, with more than a score of beautiful waterfalls, all located in this "valley of tumbling waters." The event was mostly rained out with an apparent large number of no-show vendors. However, the pulled pork was amazing and the Global Tacos offerings were unique and delicious. Imagine ...
... shrimp - yum!
Yesterday drove on via Gettysburg - most interesting place where you can tour the battlefields of the Civil War. On through rapidly changing autumn coloured forests to Corning, where the world famous glassware is made. No rooms at Corning but across the river was a little place called Painted Post and we found rooms for ...