Can you believe it?! Buffalo sits atop a very impressive list! Travel and Leisure posted America's top 30 favorite cities to visit (as voted on by their readers) and this list isn't throwing out random towns or cities you've never heard of, they're legit...
Awhile ago we visited Quaker Boy in Orchard Park and when they left they gave us a nice little goody bag with some of their mouth calls. Clay was an old pro at it, Dale wasn't great, but Liz was a disaster...
The Olympics in Rio are almost here! They start August 5th and I will be ready! Last summer Olympics the Fab Five became known not only for their dominating style, but for their montages with music of Phillip Phillips...
One of the many sure signs of spring in Western New York is Maple Weekend. The same sugar maple trees that produce those brilliant red, gold and orange leaves in the fall produce some of the best maple syrup. According to the U-S Forest Service, there are more tappable maple trees in New York State than any other state in the country.
They set me up! Clay and Liz know I'm not a big fan of fishing because I don't really like having to touch all the stuff you have to touch to catch a fish -- especially the bait. So, inspired by Justin Moore's song "Bait a Hook" during his visit with the morning show they conspired to have Justin teach me how to bait a hook.
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