Friday we drove to Buffalo. Sunday we returned. It's over 400 miles!
The reason for the trip was to return granddaughter home. She returned with the NH family from the family vacation at Oneida Lake to spend a week with cousins and two nights with us. It was time for her to return home to start "school" (Daycare) again so her parents can have uninterrupted work at home. Today is her first day!
I'm impressed with NY State! Mask wearing is the law and just about everyone we've seen in very public inside spaces complies. At the parks, in open space, not so much, but that's okay.
Our return trip from Buffalo was by the long way. We skirted the Adirondacks and drove along the St. Lawrence River in upstate NY. Then crossed Lake Champlain into VT and then south east to NH and Lebanon. It was a long day. I was expecting better sights along the river than we had. The prettiest section was through VT.
Here are the few photos I took. You'll laugh!
The park we visited Saturday to view the falls. Not much water going over this falls. It's in the town of Akron where the hexagonal house is. (We drove by the house, Tom, but took no photos.)