After our train excursion on the Cass Scenic Railroad, we decided to walk through the tiny town of Cass to check it out. There is a free museum there that we walked through, and a couple of open cabooses.
Reid was still on guard, but he tried to relax a little as we walked around.
I wish I could remember which blogger collects that cat railroad pictures - I didn't realize that a kitten was a railroad symbol until I read her blog about it! See the cat symbol to the right?
The boys certainly liked exploring the insides.
After that we had to decide what to do about supper. There was nothing to eat near Seneca Forest State Park, where we were staying, and since we didn't have any success lighting the woodstove and had already done hotdogs on sticks over open fire the night before, we wanted to eat out.
Cass had a restaurant that had good reviews online. However, we'd purchased box lunches there to take on our train ride. And while the food was okay, the waitress was rude. So I wasn't keen to give this place any more of our money:
Instead, we decided to drive up to Snowshoe Ski Resort, in hopes that they would have a few restaurants open. There, we sat down for dinner at Cheat Mountain Pizza. Not only was the food excellent, but the waiter was so nice and he was wonderful with the boys.
And then we walked outside with full bellies to find this -
Talk about the perfect ending to a day.
It was surreal, standing there and staring at this glory.
What an adventure!