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Saturday, August 9th On the way to Auburn, NY
We got an early start of around 8:30 this morning, weather was looking good and it was fairly warm. The kitties did not send us off with a nice good by.
We took Route 90 all the way. After leaving MA, the New York Rt. 90 is similar in landscape, then it got to be very country. Two lane highway in each direction. We paralleled the Erie Canal for quite a way. Very interesting as we ...
... We'd read about a scenic route that followed the south shore of Lake Ontario the full length of New York, called the Sea Trail Way, so we found the point closest to Rochester and drove east for about 30 miles. Very beautiful drive, although you could only see the lake for about half of it.
We stopped in a small village named Pultneyville, which was basically a large marina with some surrounding stores and shops, and ate lunch at ...
... Did I mention the Erie Canal is a great place to cruise? We'll get a reality check when we reach Lake Erie and have to pay $2.00/ft for dockage with no FREE anything.
Today’s destination, Fairport, is a nice stop on the canal. It is a moderate size town that seems to have a thriving tourist trade. We just missed their Canal ...
... On the way we saw a deer drinking in the canal and 2 bald eagles.
Again, even though we had rain predicted for much of the week, we had beautiful weather for Nick and Lina’s visit. Now that Nick returned with the car it has started to rain. The weather gods have been with ...
Since we have the use of Lina's car, we took a road trip around Lake Seneca. Our first stops were two more waterfalls, Hector Falls and Montour Falls. Both were impressive and interesting because of their locations. Hector Falls were right next to the roadway and actually flowed underneath it. Mountour ...