I took a few pictures and he showed me some old pictures and he told me a bit about some of the
nearby buildings, like this tiny building right across the road that used to be the fire station!
This building which now is a dog grooming business used to be a school.
It turns out that I was in the village or hamlet of Sheds, New York, but I don't think there was a sign announcing this.
I continued on, realizing that I was two hours from home, and had not yet driven fifty miles, so I decided it was time to do more driving and less sightseeing and picture taking. But I stopped at this old cemetery.
Once I got to North Tonawanda, I saw the WURLITZER BUILDING and the WURLITZER museum, but didn't stop. I had supper at a place called Granny's Cafe..... .....turns out they offered Greek and Mediterranean food instead of old time food that gramma probably prepared! I had an open faced sandwich and greek salad, both were good.
I attended a meeting at Heritage Christian Services in North Tonawanda and then drove to Lockport, arriving at 17 around quarter to nine. Peggy had just arrived home herself after an extremely busy day, so we talked a bit and then I went to bed.