Red Carpet Inn & Suites Canandaigua
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... maybe he was thinking of his own boat in Gippsland, and how small the Tambo River is in comparison and King Lake although big also pales by comparison.
As we strolled back towards the car the sounds of a merry-go-round drew us to investigate. It was in an open sided pavilion I guess you'd call it. Memories of show grounds and fairs invoked happy smiles of our long ago youth!
A lovely day strolling in the sunshine,
Not sure what tomorrow will bring ...
... with good company rather than a motel. Jo, his wife and adorable kid settled us in before we all went out to the local Mexican restaurant for dinner. He told us how he had set up a community of around 20 people who all live together in the same neighbourhood and share the houses. They renovate them all together and try to live a fully sustainable lifestyle. Sounded like a pretty happy lifestyle! ...
... playing his own composition on the synthesizer and break dancing to it.
Next day turned out to be a long drive that included Niagara Falls, cousins and friends in Rochester. Niagara Falls were big and wet, but we did not spend a lot of time there.
Visited my cousin Aakriti and family in Buffalo for high tea. Played with their cute son, Ayaansh and then ...
... hadn't started up their week-day schedule yet, so that didn't work. We also looked at taking a ride on the Finger Lakes Railroad out of Geneva, a town about 20 miles east from the campground, but they only do excursions by special schedule, and none were scheduled for this week, so again no luck.
So instead we decided to just explore. We found a reference to the largest antique mall in New York that was actually just about 3 miles from ...
... 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.