I left at ten a.m. First stop: at Community Bank in Morris, where I cashed in $104 worth of rolled coins. SECOND STOP: Bridgewater to fill up on gas. Then I drove on 20 to Morrisville and then drove north through Peterboro to get to Canastota where I stopped at DUNN'S BAKERY and bought a couple of donuts. On the way to the thruway, I stopped at a convenience store and bought a half gallon of milk. I got on the thruway and stayed on it until the LYONS exit. Got off and drove north through Alloway, Just before Lyons, I stopped to take a picture of a helicopter outside a VFW building. Then I continued through Lyons up towards 104. I located the cobblestone school in Wallington, and then found some old farm gas pumps that I read about on waymarking.com and then located an old abandoned mill near Sodus Center. Continuing on, I went to the HELLUVA GOOD CHEESE COUNTRY STORE. On to Sodus Point where I located the lighthouse. While finding my way back to 104 I saw a huge old abandoned factory. Not totally abandoned, it looked there are a few yachts stored inside an area that is all open in the front.
On to Ontario, New York to find a virtual geocache at Heritage Square Museum. New Yorks largest sugar maple tree! It is in an old time village. I took several pictures of some of the buildings. That was my last stop before the final drive to Lockport.
I arrived at 17 about a half hour before Peggy got home from her conference at Elim Bible Institute in Lima, New York. Peggy and I went to the CUP AND SAUCER for spaghetti (its all you can eat for $2.00 on Thursday nights). We stopped and bought a pint of ice cream at a 7/11. When we got back to 17, we found that Janie had left us a couple of Easter cookies.