Inn at Turning Stone
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... explored those buildings before heading down to the short row of food and clothes shops before heading back to the car.
We went back on Monday when students were back in class. We got to explore the buildings where Ben had classes and check out the changes that had been made. We even ran into one of Ben's professors, who chatted with us for a bit.
Other than that, it was a nice and restful visit. Onto Niagra Falls!
... even offered me a box to take the rest with me, but decided it wouldn't be too good after being on the road for a couple of hours. Went to Rolling Rock Speedway and had a chat to the only Australian driver Kerry Madsen and an American Chad Cavanagh - both really nice, so I was going for them. Kerry came 4th and poor old Chad was towards the back of the pack. A couple of big crashes but thankfully no injuries - well serious ones ...
... terrified to attempt this, my first solo backpacking trip and thought it would be fun to bring you all along! Hopefully the wifi gods will be reliable and I’ll be able to keep this going! I have started an iPhoto iCloud photo share of my trip, so if you have an iphone please facebook message me your phone number if you want to be included on it :) Wish me luck 12 hours till take off! Xoxo, ...
... 2,000 miles on the Harley. I haven't figured out the cost of gas exactly but we think it is around $7,000. Total expenses were $14,965.58. That includes food, gifts, gas, clothes, excursions, everything. The trip was not at all like what I thought it was going to be. I thought we would set up camp, stay a few days, have leisurely visits. It was more like a 61 day ...
... dating right away. They were so much fun, and they bought me a drink to celebrate my trip. It got around that Patrick was calling bike stores in the surrounding towns to get a tire delivered. A man came up and offered the tire off his kid's mountain bike. It was going to be big for his tube size, but it fit his wheel. They worked on the bike, and I chatted with the locals and ate an entire pizza. It was great, and we were lucky someone was so generous. I didn't catch the ...