Knights Inn Horseheads
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... towns, including Dannamorra, NY, home of the famous, or infamous, maximum security prison. The prison is located right in the middle of the town and we rode right past it's fortress like walls. Sort of gloomy, but also interesting from a historical perspective. Once we were on The interstates ( 86, 90, and 71) we rolled along pretty well with traffic light and the road construction zones quiet ...
... as there was no separate sidecar class. Three of the classes were won by sidecars, yeah! After the bike show it was dinner time and tonight they offered a pork roast with new potatoes, salad, and mixed trees and yellow squash. Really well done for a rally meal. After dinner was the awards and door prizes followed by the band. We almost won an award as long distance sidecar but it turned out ...
... We also managed to make dinner, which was Roast Beef, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, And Broccoli. They later had some Lasagna, but we missed it on our pass through. The meal was well prepared and served buffet style. In the dining hall so you had tables to sit at there, or they hard a large dining tent equipped with picnic tables. After dinner we retired to RAMS Central for a couple of adult beverages and then to bed. We had been up since 5 am and it was starting to be a long ...
Lovely sunny hot day and we head to the docks to find our bikes. A short taxi ride and we are there and inside this warehouse we are introduced back with our bikes. What a lovely sight. I guess we take about two hours getting our bikes and luggage sorted, then we hit the busy road so many huge lorries around the port area.
After fueling up we hit the road north with a lunch stop at ...
... and that includes Niagara Falls! Soft shale has eroded way under the limestone layers which then fall down and are eventually washed away. As we walked along I noticed what I thought was a lot of leaves fallen down along hte hillside and it turned out to be shale peices. Of course I had to put one in my pocket for our meager collection of stones.
A fun little stop which got us some hiking in an otherwise long day of driving and shopping.