Late this morning we drove to Ellicottville, NY, a small town located about 50 miles northeast of where we live.
The first thing I noticed, as we pulled into a parking space on Washington Street was a different kind of tree sitting in front of the post office.
The Ellicottville Coffee Company was near where we parked our car on Washington Street. We stopped in the shop to browse. Bob ended up purchasing a compact Aeropress Coffee Maker that was priced the same as one he had seen on Amazon.
We ate lunch at The Gin Mill. It had been a while since we last ate at The Gin Mill. In fact the last time we ate there was Dec. 7, 2015. Today Bob ordered a Buffalo chicken wrap; I ordered a BLT sandwich. Both sandwiches were accompanied with potato chips. We have always enjoyed our meals at The Gin Mill, and today was no exception.
The Gin Mill moved down the street to a new, bigger location since we last ate there. At first we thought The Gin Mill had closed. We were pleased that it was still a viable business.
We went for a short walk down Monroe Street, after lunch. I admired a store front and took a couple pictures.
On the way home we drove through Randolph, NY. We stopped for dessert (ice cream) at Peaches ‘n Cream.
We returned home at 4:00 pm. What a nice way to spend a few hours!