Cabin Fever Relief
We have had a very mild Winter so far. I can recall only one major snowstorm in early December. We had no snow for either the Christmas or New Year holiday. Winter, though, is set to blow in this evening and stay with us for a while. With temperatures hovering around 50 for most of the daylight hours today, I felt the need to get out of the house.
We left home at 8:30 am. Our first stop was at Sheetz, where we filled the gas tank. There was plenty of gas in the fuel tank, as it took only 6.352 gallons of gas to fill up. Gas was $2.399/gallon, with a $0.10/gallon discount from using the Sheetz card. Bob added air to my tires, while at Sheetz. The tires are losing air. Bob thinks that the valve stem caps are leaking and need to be replaced.
Our second stop was in Busti, NY for breakfast at the Boomerang Cafe in Busti, NY. We chose to eat breakfast at the Boomerang Cafe, after hearing lots of positive reviews from friends who have eaten there. Another incentive for choosing the Boomerang Cafe as our breakfast destination is our friend Tina works there. Our arrival time was perfect. Within minutes of sitting down, Tina’s daughter Chiana walks in with her daughter Kelsi.
Breakfast was hearty and tasted very good. Bob ordered a meat lovers omelet with hash browns and homemade thick rye toast. I ordered a western omelet with home fries and thick multigrain toast. The jam selections, strawberry and blackberry, were homemade and delicious. I mentioned that breakfast was hearty. I left behind about a quarter of my omelet, as well as most of the home fries.
From the Boomerang Cafe we went to the Seneca Allegany Casino in Salamanca, NY. We had $20 each to play in the slot machines. I lost my $20. Bob increased his $20 by $27.
From the casino we made our way to Route 59 and the Kinzua Dam. We stopped for an ice cream lunch at Dairy Queen in Bradford, PA. We also made a brief stop at Marilla Reservoir, where I photographed the covered bridge and the spillway.
We would have taken a walk around the reservoir, if it had not been raining.
We made a few stops along Route 59.
We returned home around 2:00 pm. What an enjoyable day! It sure felt good to be outside, away from the four walls of our house!
5 Responses to “Cabin Fever Relief”
Hi Bob & Linda!
Happy new year!
Cabin fever is not good LOL
Fun captures of the PA wilderness.
It looks as if you found some great relief from cabin fever. It was interesting that the two of you walked out of the casino with more than you had when you walked in. The waterfall is beautiful.
This was a lovely drive. I loved your photos. The scenery is gorgeous and the waterfall is spectacular. Also lovely to see photos of you and Bob. I thought it was so neat you recognized my photo in today’s post. I was wondering if anyone would.