Aug 26, 2008
Byron to Romulus NY. Southwoods RV Park where we stayed last night turned out to be a really nice place to stay. It also had a couple sections that had what appeared to be almost permanent residents in landscaped lots. The owners were also very friendly and supportive of Sea to sea. There was also some other campers near us that came over with their Base, Fiddle, and guitar and serenaded us after the Peloton meeting. We also had a big bond fire complete with smores. The trip today went well, for the first time in several days we didn’t have much wind fighting us. The landscape is still mostly farm country but it is more rolling hills. The roads have been very good with wide mostly clean shoulders. We stopped at about the 50 mile mark at a stop put on by East Palmyra CRC. It was a lunch stop and was delicious. This is the Childhood home of Friend Lee Talma and I found several people who knew him. It is also not far from where another friend Verlan Van Ee was a Pastor before moving to Wisconsin a couple years ago. We passed through the town of Geneva which has a number of historical buildings and old well kept houses. Then it was around Seneca Lake to Sampson State Park. This Park is on Seneca Lake and was at one time a navy training base and then an Air Force base, before becoming a Park in about 1960. There is a museum in the Park with displays outside, however the inside was locked up.
Total trip 3907 today 81