The Cliffs at Sodus Point
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... skiing area, gave us a snapshot view of the critters that are found in the area, such as a Groundhog, Coyote, deer, owls, turkeys and badgers. The Oswego river runs through the town into the Great Lake. There are canal systems though out the New York State, where barges float across the state. We walked along the edge of the river, and witnessed the ferocity of the icy water. The Sayer family are lucky to have a matriarch ...
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... I was riding on hilly back roads through bucolic countryside. I drank in the crisp air as I pedaled past acres of orchards, trees sagging with apples ready for picking. Drooling, I squelched my temptation to pick my forbidden fruit. Later, my cravings were rewarded with roadside stands brimming with fresh fruit and baked ...
... and anticipated more hills as the bike route traveled North toward Lake Ontario.
After downing omelets topped with mounds of salsa and my favorite dessert of rice cakes, cashew butter and chocolate, we set up Kelty, hoping the clouds would hold onto their rain.
Nestled in my sleeping bag, I closed my eyes ...