Pollywogg Holler Eco-Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPollywogg Holler Eco-Resort Belmont
We stayed here for 3 weeks as part of a work exchange program. We learned quite a bit and enjoyed our time with Bill and his family.
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We woke up early and the forecast was for mid 80s and 50% chance of rain later in the morning but we decided to take our chances and stick with our plans to go to Letchworth State Park. I was aiming for the Castille Entrance but we ended up at the Portageville entrance just before 9. Gotta love that GPS. We passed a couple of Amish men in a wagon a few miles before the park. I didn't realize there were Amish in NY. First we stopped at the lot above the railroad ...
... admitted the scenery. Several times we carefully went past the danger signs to get that angle for the best view. One slip and one or both of us would slide off the edge to the unknown far below. Making it back to the cabin for lunch, we relaxed for a bit. I took a little hike down a trail overlooking the opposite side of the river we had seen earlier. On this hike I photographed many different types of mushrooms that ...
Day 3 was a transition day for us where we planned one additional Niagara attraction then off on our journey. Boy did we save a good one for the end. Dodging fellow humans for two days in an attempt to experience the wonders of nature seems like a contradiction to me. So, I was surprised when we took a boat to the base of the falls I didn't mind the others on the boat vying for prime positioning. Alex and I found our ...
... Alex calmly laid there saying yeah, they just came out. These creatures did not seem to be the most coordinated at walking upside down and started falling on and around us. Well obviously we were not going to be able to sleep with these monster bugs crawling all over us all night, so I instructed Alex we were going to be heading to the park office to let them know about our situation. Now at this point it is really raining. Alex heads down the hill to the ...
... to imagine what happened that day to all the people in the building and the plane. Did you know the Capital building was built on September 11th 1941 exactly 60 years to the day when the planes hit it in 2001. Our next stop was the Lincoln memorial where Martin Luther King did his very famous speech, I have a dream. Next up The Washington memorial, where in Forest Gump, Forest does his speech and talks to Jenny in the reflection pool.Their ...