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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 ...
... Rochester to visit on old friend from our time in Pittsburgh. Sesh, Sandhya, and twin 14-year-old daughters Aditit and Anjana treated us to an wonderful dinner and stay. We really enjoyed catching up and reminiscing about friends, professors, and Pitt places. The next morning we walked along part of the Erie Canal in Rochester- nice time - before our trip to UMASS!
... lots of very nice waterfront properties. Sheryl would give her eye teeth for one of the houses that backed onto Sodus Bay, which was the inland water extension on the south side of the point.
We left the trail at Sodus Point, and headed south back toward camp. Along the way we stumbled across the Erie Canal (apparently the REAL one as compared to the one we saw in Ohio). We passed several locks that were still in operation, ...
... 447 miles through 49 locks and are just a little over halfway through Part 2 of the Great Meander. We may have to step it up a bit.
So today we covered 25 miles that included 5 locks and a stoppover in Newark to do some laundry at the town dock that had a FREE washer and dryer for boaters – no need to lug laundry bags through town to ...