Econo Lodge Downtown
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... 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 ...
... nervous about my winning streak ending though!!
We took a short ride over to Chittenago Falls State Park to see a waterfall. The waterfall is very cool and there were a lot of visitors taking advantage of the sunny day. It has been raining almost the whole time we have been here. We had our picnic at the falls and decided to just relax for awhile.
... 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 ...
Left about 8:00 AM and crossed Oneida Lake. About 25 miles with rough water to start with but calmer as we reached the western end of the lake. Saw s kayak with a sail on our way. Docked at Cold Springs Harbor Marina for the next several days since it is near Kevin's daughter, Allie's, house. Had dinner on the boat with Allie and her boys. Hoping we can see the fireworks from ...
... I saw migrant workers with ladders up the trees in an orchard, I saw a farmer making huge square bales of hay, I saw corn fields that went on and on, I saw tractor pulling at the Fulton County Fair in Wauseon, Ohio and several baseball games as we whizzed down the thruway. We made it through the city of Cleveland without remark. Chicago was another story….ugh! I despise big city traffic. It slowed ...