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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Niagara Falls

Yesterday my wife and I drove up to Niagara Falls in New York. I've never seen the Falls and Kelley hadn't been there since she was 7. Friday night it rained so we stayed in a motel... what a motel: it stank, the mirror was dirty, the door was *ugh* pink, the wallpaper was peeling, the toilet was too small, and the furnishings were mostly broken. Kelley got half-way through microwaving the popcorn when I told her to stop it because the thing started smelling dangerous.
So today we woke up at 7AM and drove five minutes to Niagara Falls. God parted the clouds for most of our time there. It was a beautiful sight. A rainbow spanned the entire river in front of the falls. The mist fell like rain on the observation area. It was a great photographing opportunity!

Afterward we ate at Denny's. Pretty good food.
Then we left for Borders Express. In two hours we sold 18-books! It was a great spot to sell; right next to the food court. ...Tonight we are enjoying a suite room at the hotel... Tomorrow I have another signing. This one in Horseheads NY.

1 comment:

Nathan R. Petrie said...

Awesomeness! I really need to get to Niagra falls sometime lol

Looking forward to your visit to my land, Hebron lol. :D


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