I have just downloaded some pictures from our PHD (push here dummy) camera so I have one from the 12 (a Cardinal that Marilyn saw flapping against one of our mirrors) and one from the 15th (bison lying in a field at the Wooden Nickel Buffalo Farm.
We left Erie, PA, Tuesday morning the 15th, and drove to North Tonawanda, NY via I-90 and US 20, thus we avoided the tolls on the NYS Thruway. We are parked in the side yard of Larry and Carolyn Jarvis with 30 amp electric and access to water.
On Friday, the 20th, Marilyn and I drove the Jeep to Albion, NY to visit Sandy Andrews, who was one of Marilyn’s college roommates at SUNY Oswego. Sandy drove us up to Oak Harbor at Point Breeze on Lake Ontario for lunch, where we had wonderful fried haddock for lunch at the Black North Inn. Marilyn said her clam chowder was one of the best she had ever had, and I thought the onion soup was good too. Oak Harbor also has a picturesque fake lighthouse where I even got Marilyn and Sandy to pose.
After a great afternoon with Sandy, Marilyn and I drove to Golden Hill State Park on Lake Ontario to see Thirty Mile Point Lighthouse. It is still lit, but maintained by the friends of the lighthouse.
Type at you later.