Travel Blogs from Seneca Falls
... 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, ...
... was 27 mile boat trip but "only" an 18 mile bike ride. Nick made the ride in only 1 hour and 58 minutes.
We left the dock at 7:30 AM and went through 3 locks on the Cayuga Seneca Canal. We stoped for a hike at a bird sanctuary and then continued through 2 more locks to Lyon on the ...
... pretty much in downtown Montour.
Next up was a road trip around around the 3.4-mile Grand Prix circuit at Watkins Glen International. Twice a day they allow you to take your car on the track and do three laps behind a pace car. You're supposed to stay under 55 mph but there are times when ...
We never heard of the Finger Lakes before and wanted to see the area, so we found a campground close to Lake Ontario & just north of the Finger Lakes area of New York for our next stay. WOW!!! This area is full of Apple trees & other fruit trees & when we drove through the Finger Lake area we found hundreds of wineries!!!
We were surprised to find the Women"s Rights national ...
Thursday afternoon, we took Molly with us and drove around Canandaigua Lake, one of the lakes in the Finger Lakes Region of northern New York. The area is a obviously a destination place during the summer. There are small cottages and trailers as well as huge new and old mansions that line the lakes. What amazed us was the number of "for sale" signs. Later that afternoon we returned to the coach and pulled the grill out for ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking