Monday morning, packed and ready to head out.
The trusty Honda is ready to go.
First new state: Ohio. The sign should say “Welcome to Ohio, One Big Construction Zone.”
Alternative state mottos:
- “If it’s paved, we’re working on it.”
- “We love orange.”
- “Road Work Ahead.”
Early indicators of Canada:
- Tim Horton’s signs around Dayton and Columbus (!?)
- Lots of Ontario cars between Erie, PA and Buffalo.
The farthest-away license plates I’ve seen: Oregon and Alaska.
After a seemingly endless drive, I reached Pennsylvania. Just west of New York and East of
Erie, PA, I saw what I at first thought was a slightly darker layer of sky or clouds up ahead. Upon closer look, it was Lake Erie! It’s only visible from the Interstate for a short while.
Arrived at my hotel in Buffalo around 5:30. It was such a nice night and I’d been in the car all day so I took a quick trip up to Niagara Falls to stretch my legs. I was so close it would seem a shame to miss it.
Found a tourist to take my picture.