|Yesterday was a day to run up the miles. We drove cross the top of Ohio, then around Lake Erie in western Pennsylvania and finally across two-thirds of New York State for 450 miles. When we got near to our destination there were serious storms with lightning and thunder. Fortunately we made it to our campground when it was not raining. A tornado had been seen in the area about an hour before we arrived. We watched the TV to learn that the worst was over.
We are camped at Turning Stone RV Park which is part of the Oneida Indians casino and resort. It's a very nice campground with lots of white birch trees around. There are some other people here but it is too early in the season for most. A shuttle brought us to the resort and we had dinner there. It was fair but not great.
After dinner we threw some money away in the slot machines in less than 15 minutes - this time Jerry was the big better ($20) and Linda the smaller one($10). That was enough for us and we headed back home for one last night in our motorhome. We both slept great and are prepared for the final trek home. It's a pretty drive through the Albany area and then across Massachusetts. The temperatures are very pleasant. It looks like things are warming up nicely at home so we snowbirds can enjoy spring in New England.