Cleveland - Part A

Punderson State Park

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We had a nice campsite at Punderson State Park. Unfortunately, there were too many trees blocking our view of the lake and the satellite TV. But, it is the closest campground for visiting Cleveland.

Thanks to everyone for all the great food! As usual, visiting Cleveland requires over eating. We asked Aunt Dottie and Uncle Joe to visit us at the motorhome, and they brought the food!

Some of our visitors.
Uncle Jim and part of his crew, Uncle Elmer and Diane.

Diane has been living in Painted Post, works at Corning, and has never heard of Letchworth Sate Park. We have to talk her and Irene into visiting us at our annual campout the weekend after Columbus day.

Diane, if your looking at this WebSite, please look at some of the Letchworth pictures from years past. Then tell your friends about the great State Park they are living next to.

Visiting Aunt Karen and Uncle Steve.

Making Kolbasz at Uncle Elmer's house.
Uncle Ron is really mixing things up!
Everyone has a job, his is mixing in the spices.
While the men were making sausage at Uncle Elmer's, the women were making Stuff Cabbage and Schnitzel at Dottie's.

Great Uncle Joe and Cousin Tom stuffing the casing.
The sausage press makes it a little easier, more uniform, and you break fewer casings.
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