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This article is about the history of Buffalo, New York. Buffalo is the 2nd most populous city in the state of New York, after New York City. Originating around 1789 as a small trading community near the mouth of Buffalo Creek, Buffalo grew quickly after the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, with the city as its western terminus. he ...
... This will be the first time we made it two days at the show. Typically, we are on the train at 6:00 and taking the first ferry to Friedrichshafen. We are going to spend two days at the Fakuma and get on the train around 8:00. This way it will not be so hurried!! We will stop at Schöttli to tour their mold making ...
Time to get on my way again. After one more short little shopping excursion for really, really good cider and a new camera, I left Ontario via the bridge from Fort Erie into New York state and headed west towards Pennsylvania. I wanted to get out of the congestion around Buffalo before stopping for anything and I was about an hour down the road when I noticed the price of gas was about 60 cents/gallon less than I’d seen along the way, so, of course I filled the tank. I ...
... the time we had finished shopping, there were 2 police cars, a fire truck and an ambulance in attendance.
Managed to locate the longest covered bridge in Ohio - the Harpersfield bridge where we had a lovely picnic spot. The sun was out, it was not cold out of the wind and the view great. Fresh bread rolls - trick is to find a large grocery store early before the rolls sell out. After lunch we followed ...
... lanes. It's been an easy ride and Patrick and I are still traveling together. We have started to clash a bit, but nothing I can't laugh off so far. We seem to disagree on most things. New York charges an out-of-state resident fee at state parks. It doesn't make any sense to ...