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Travel Blogs from Canandaigua
Tuesday, September 2
Our first order of business this morning was to send and
overnight package to our son Reese. He is on the east coast for about a week
doing a lecture at William and Mary College, looking at some artifacts that
have left his small island of St. Eustatius that are being reclaimed and
exploring the area. We stopped in Erie, PA and sent the package and then headed
off to Palmyra N.Y. Palmyra is home to some of our church’s ...
After fairly on/off night of sleep, I met up with all my fellow Trekkies in the lobby with the tour guide Emily. All seemed very nice, after paper work and introductions we headed for the trek van to start the long road trip. We had one guy missing as he missed being at the hotel for when the trek left, we all wasn't sure if he was going to join us or not. First up we stopped of lunch in rest area of the state of New York, ...
I rode about 50 miles today on the canal bike way. It started to get a little taxing on my body, just because I'm not used to riding in dirt for that long. It was pretty flat and smooth, but definitely a different feel than blacktop. A cyclist approached us on the canal and started talking to us like he was now the leader of our group. He told us what we were going to see, that we needed to go through ...
... 8220;fingerlickin” (to quote my uncle Jeff) dinner of fish, potatoes, and asparagus. After hanging out for a bit and talking about public transportation and a bit of politics, I went to bed expecting an early morning on the road.
I woke up at 6:30 this morning and was on the road by 7. My aunt Sabrina was up and making me breakfast and coffee which was absolutely awesome. Such a great start to my day. She sent me off with a ...
... beautiful gardens.
As we walked along with Harvey he was filling us with details of so many homes. Come to find out he lives in what is called Case Mansion. It is a home that was built between 1929 and 1934 for the inventor, Ted Case.
The Mansion is a home for veterans and others. Not sure why Harvey lives there, maybe he is eccentric, who knows. He offered us to come in and see the Mansion. I was hesitant, but we ...