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... was getting late. The rain
finally stopped and it was humid but not hot. We arrived at the Palmyra visitor
center at around 6:30 and when we came walking up the walk, two sister
missionaries snapped to attention and waited for us to come inside. We had the
whole place to ourselves besides a senior missionary couple, Bro and Sis
Childs. We got a map of the sites to see in the morning and a list of camping
spots in the area.
We checked out the closest ...
... carried on travelling for few hours heading toward Ithaca. This would our first major stop of the trek a winery near Finger Lakes. For $3 we tried 6 different wines, 3 red 3 white, all locally made. The white sweet wines were far better then the red, But this was great start to the adventure. We Soon headed off to the next stop a small water fall called taughannok . Amazing sight in the very hot weather, we all had ...
... he had very tan, leathery skin. It was a really draining day. Another cyclist told us about a vegan soft serve place nearby, but Patrick didn't want to stop. I was bummed. I know I could have left him, but it's nice having company. Near Rochester, we stopped at Chipotle because he had never been. There was also an outdoor store where I could buy my hard to find stove fuel. He wasn't a fan of Chipotle and I ...
... in for the night. The rain pummelled for hours on the rooftop. We remained dry. The next morning we walked up to and along the shorline in the partly sunny morning air. Heavy waves from the previous nights storm still pounded the beach. Pretty.
Total Miles Driven so far = 6197 in case you are counting along.
... 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.