WHERE IN THE HELL IS RANDY AND DAVE travel blog

The entrance to Jellystone Park and home of Yogi, Cindy, Boo Boo...

Here is the Little Salmon River after a early Summer rain, it...

Here's Dave & Randy at our first of four visits to Dinosaur...

Here is the local Nuclear Power Plant about 10 Miles to the...

Another shot of the kids enjoying the 1 foot deep small river...

A couple weeks after arriving in June, we had a great wind...

Here's Big Dave having a great afternoon at our campsite Picnic Table,...

After a rain, the Little Salmon River rises and flows like a...

Here's whats left of the temporary beach brought in each year, after...

One of the many small towns we have driven through with great...

Each weekend, there are a couple of wagon rides with Yogi Bear...

This has been our campsite for the past four months, we have...

Here is our rig and the wonderful foilage around us, we can...

Another beautiful Central NY Sunset at the Jellystone Park North of Mexico,...


Well, over the past 17 weeks or so we have thoroughly enjoyed our time spent here at the Mexico, NY Jellystone Park. We have gotten to know some great fellow work-campers and have enjoyed all of the different assignments we've helped on or completed. We have taken full advantage of our central location and have made trips to the Capitol District of Albany, the Finger Lake District of the state, the exploration of the enormous Adirondack Park Mountains as well as the St. Lawrence River Seaway to include the Thousand Island areas. We have made great new friendships at our Summer Church which is the Universalist Society of Central Square. We were able to attend the Great New York State Fair, a couple of local PGA events at Turning Stone Resort & Casino, local concerts and Renaissanceunce Festival with our Canadian Friends; Fred & Georgette Wagner from the Montreal area. We have taken overnight trips to Rochester, Adirondacks and most recently to spend the week with the Wagner in Quebec, Canada. We enjoyed warm days and cool nights by the campfire and as you may know, had several late night dinners from the BBQ, if it is 9 o'clock Randy is probabaly asking David whether the grill is on yet? We enjoyed fresh Salmon caught in Lake Ontario and the wonderful local BBQ joint called Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse. If you get to Central NY in future travels, check out all the great local and regional things to do. I will posting serval groups of pictures together here for our Summertime travels and then a couple of specific groups for areas not include here. Hope you enjoy them and take the time to call or email to get us caught up on what is happening in your life. Enjoy! Randy & David



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