Just a short drive from our campsite is another state park. This time, it's Robert H. Treman State Park (http://nysparks.com/parks/135/details.aspx)
Three things I've learned while living in upstate New York: 1) Upstate New York has a lot of waterfalls, 2) New Yorkers are not impressed with waterfalls, 3) the same can be said about slate rock.
"This Glen's singular charm was recognized and rescued for the people of New York by ROBERT and LAURA TREMAN some of whose friends set this tablet here in loving appreciation of their gift of Enfield Gorge to us all."
Scout gets goofier every day...
http://www.vivataqueria.com/) was necessary after our hike.
Me: If this is the only time I'll ever come here, what should I get?
Waitress: Um... Well, it's all good. But, I'd get something with the mole
She was right. Get something with the mole. In fact, buy extra mole to bring home. It's $1.50 for 4 ounces.
If you visit Buttermilk Falls State Park and still see this tent, I wouldn't be surprised. We saw the family one time the entire trip and their campsite was untouched. I think this was their first time camping and they said, "This is camping? I hate it. Let's stay at a hotel" and left the scene. If that's the case, I missed out on some good free camping gear...
Part One: Albany
Part Two: Buttermilk Falls In Ithaca
Part Four: Taughannock Falls In Ithaca