The Cliffs at Sodus Point
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Well, I had hoped by getting up at 7ish and having breakfast at 7:30 and that I would be out early enough but I hadn't counted on the wealth of information imparted by my B&B hostess Barbara.
I was served a candlelight breakfast with coffee, juice, fruit salad and a breakfast casserole. Barbara said it was very healthy with grains, granola and I am not sure what else. It was topped with a mound ...
... She showed me the wedding room and explained the name of my room: Marie Antoinette Bingham room. Her husband found a piece of wood in the wall of the room with Ms. Bingham's name and a drawing of herself on the back of the wood piece. Barbara also told me about the various restaurants and mentioned that they closed early, especially on the week days. She gave me some brochures on the town and mentioned that the Episcopal church on the ...
We headed toward the locks on the Erie Canal. We first had to lock through 7 locks in Oswego off of Lake Ontario to begin our journey down the Erie Canal. We were anxious and unsure of what to expect. Barry Gersch assured us that after we had locked the boat through 3 locks, we would be "pros" at the process.
Odometer reading: 19,331 miles
States visited: New York
Today's activities weren't my favorite, but it was a great day for a ride. Once again the weather has been perfect! We started off the day with a tour of the Herschell Carousel Factory, where they made the wooden horses that you ride on at an amusement park carousel ride. We had breakfast at Athena's Restaurant, then we had a long ride ...
... stopped at each intersection. It must have been her monthly trip down the hill into town. In Ithaca as well as several towns along my path art is showing up in many unique places, phone boxes, electrical boxes, and the city wall murals are amazing.
I had planned a stop in Seneca Falls, NY to visit the National Women's Hall of Fame. Driving by it the second time, I finally spotted the location. It looked in poor shape, if not closed. However ...