Wednesday, July 12, 2017

July 12, 2017 Rambling East with Carol

Carol and I decided to drive to Olcott and  then head west along the lake, and just explore because last time she was here, we headed east along the lake.

On the way to Olcott, we stopped at a nursery so she could look for geraniums and miniature rose bushes.  No luck.  After we turned west on l8 we came upon Zehr's and stopped.  We found the prices a bit high, but we enjoyed seeing the gorgeous floral displays. 

We stopped at two public spots on the lake in Wilson.     At the first spot, the pier was under water, but at our second stop, we were able to walk out on the Wilson Pier and it was very nice. 

We stopped at Wilson-Tuscarora State Park and drove around to see what it offered.  We stopped at two farm stands in Youngstown.  Lakeside Farm Stand and 
the Henry Farm. 

where I purchased an apple pie. 

We continued on to Lewiston, where we went to ART PARK.  We had our picnic lunch there.  Egg salad sandwiches, chips, black cherries and apple pie.  
We  walked around part of the grounds of ArtPark, checking out the sculptures
and also went into a small building that had some art (if you can really call it that)
and we met the director of an upcoming theatre camp
and saw this interesting car in the parking lot:
On the way back to Lockport we topped at Ann's Antiques. and another farmstand/gardening Center

and Carol found some inexpensive perenniels and I bought some sweet corn for our supper.    After supper (the corn was great) we went to Dollar Tree and then picked up some vanilla ice cream from Lake Effect to put on our apple pie.  It was a great day.

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