DAY TWO: I put a chuck roast with carrots, onions and mushrooms in the crockpot. We spent the bulk of the day working on the downstairs apartment, doing some deep cleaning. I went to MEL'S to have the brake fluid in the Pacifica checked in the early afternoon. Betty joined us for supper. Later that evening, Peggy and I put together a list of things to do the next day. I didn't think we would be able to fit all of them in..............
DAY THREE: Play Day!!!! I packed a lunch and we headed to Medina to go to the Railroad Museum, which was great! We also shopped at Miller's Bulk Food (an Amish store)then we looked for a few geocaches, finding two of them. There is a geocache hidden near the CULVERT ROAD (the only road that goes underneath the Erie Canal) but we failed to find it because we chose the trail on the wrong side ofthe canal. We stopped at a farm stand. Then we headed to Buffalo to drop off some books that Peggy saved for a friend who sells them on Ebay to help support some missionaries. We went to a Super WalMart to try to find PB2 (a low calorie peanut butter product that Peggy had heard about), but it was not available. We went to TRADER JOE'S where I hoped to be able to purchase some of their corn bread mix, but it was not available.
DAY FOUR: I met up with Peggy and David at church and after church we went to Cammarato's for lunch. I had chicken and biscuits. I rested in the afternoon and early evening we went to visit Audrey. I picked up half of a pepperoni/onion pizza at PIZZA OVEN.
DAY FIVE: I headed for home. I drove out 104 stopping to take pictures of cobblestone houses, an old cemetery, a huge antique shop and more. I saw this HUGE old cobblestone building, and later on I found out that it used to be an inn!
Too bad this huge antique store was closed because I would have LOVED to go inside and browse around.
In Clyde, New York I stopped to take pictures of the ERIE MANSION
This old car was sitting behind the mansion, which is now a B and B. Tours are offered and I kept the phone number, and I hope to take a tour someday.
That may have been my last stop to take pictures. I got on the thruway and headed east, getting off at the Canastota exit, and then driving to Morrisville and on home, arriving around 4:15 p.m.