The Village Inn of Skaneateles
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... ourselves to go in. Wow, is what this mansion is. There was a hidden doorway that was in the library that led to an outer hall. It is just massive with 65 rooms. We were shown the ballroom and there in the corner sat a piano. Harvey plugged in the digital piano and he played a few tunes for us. His playing was amazing as the acoustics in the ballroom was to his advantage. There are many others that live in the house, share a huge working kitchen ...
Heading back to Milford, where Jack is close to, we stayed at Cortland. On the way there we called into a beautiful spot where there is a waterfall that dates back to the end of the ice age. These falls have eroded the gorge 1000M approx into the hillside since then. The walk is flat and takes only 15 minutes to reach the water fall, a beautiful walk surrounded by shale slopes growing lots of trees.
... the bits were $70 and the western shirts were $50 and up. It's not cheap to be a cowgirl! We crossed the wide and choppy Missouri River to the mountains north of Helena. The vivid green grasses dotted here and there with trees looked like a ginormous golf course. Cattle grazing on top of the plateau conjured images of the buffalo jumps held by the First Peoples tribes. ...
July 6, 2014
We awoke to a cool Montana morning. I whipped up omelets and toast for breakfast. Pidge and his wife, Peggy, stopped by for a nice visit and gave us tips on what to see in the area. The Harley headed to Butte via Pony, Montana. Pony, an old mining town, has a bar and several buildings in various stages of crumble. We had to U-do-it and go back the way we came because ...
... explaining that in 1959 a 7.5 magnitude earthquake formed the lake and caused part of the mountain to collapse. It buried 28 people alive…and we parked on top of them last night. That would explain the campground named “Night of Terror Campground” we saw as we drove along the lake’s shoreline. I declined Buddy’s offer to stay there. Early this ...