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... the shores young people were playing beach volleyball, so we found a shaded spot to have a fairly late picnic lunch, to have entertainment in front of us.
We took the esky back to the car, then walked along a very long pier to get fresh air and enjoy the water life.
I was amazed by so many ducks in one spot, probably enjoying the water without cool rain to spoil it!
I saw Paul looking rather wistfully at a couple of sailing boats going up the channel to the ...
... flat, but the gravel slowed us down quite a lot. Along the way we stopped in a really nice town and had some ice-cream before the flnal 10 miles of the day. I've found cycling over 60 mile gives you way too much of a good excuse to eat anything you want! When we made it to Rochester we stayed with a guy called Jo who rents out his house on airbnb. I'd recommend the site to anyone who prefers ...
After our Carthage College visit, we started our eastern leg staying in South Bend, Indiana. Of course, we had to tour the beautiful Notre Dame University campus, with old buildings - ate lunch with summer students in cafeteria...bring on the ice cream! The Notre D admissions counselor asked Adhya if he could add her to their mailing list :-)....only 5 more years!
Arrived in Canandaigua, NY mid-afternoon on the 10th. Not a lot of choices for campgrounds in this area, so we settled for a KOA. Not our first choice, but then not that bad, either. Comfortable, good bathrooms and showers, and Wi-Fi. What else could you need?
Our first day in camp we didn't have anything too special planned. We had hoped to go north to Rochester to ride on a paddle wheeler on the Irondequoit Bay north of Rochester, ...
... this past weekend, which is fine with us. We prefer to avoid large crowds and full marinas. This dock is not FREE, however. They charge a whopping $9 per day!
Towns along the canal seem to like to paint murals on things. See the photos at the bottom for some examples in Lyons and Fairport. The Fairport Bridge had what we considered the best.