Canandaigua, NY
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Where Are the Summer People?

It had been cloudy all day. One of those days that just didn’t inspire me to start working on any of my spring projects. After dinner the sun started to break through the clouds and I grabbed my camera and took at ride along East Lake Road which runs beside Canandaigua Lake towards Vine Valley.…read more

 

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Why Are the Geese So Happy?

I took at short walk on the City Pier in Canandaigua, NY late one afternoon last week. The temperature was 23 degrees but the winds were calm. There was a great gathering of Canadian geese on the north end of Canandaigua Lake. Some were happily swimming in the open water; others were sleeping on the…read more

 

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City Pier, Canandaigua, NY

The City Pier at Canandaigua is a throwback to the days of the steam engine which was used as the method of propulsion for trains and steamboats in that era.  In those days, a favorite weekend pastime was to take the train to City Pier and then board a steam boat for a weekend sightseeing…read more

 

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Winter Around Canandaigua Lake

Mother Nature decided that we were to have a little winter weather break on Wednesday and the temperatures did indeed climb to thirty degrees in the late afternoon. It was a time to scrape the remaining ice off of the driveway, shovel around the mailbox so the mailman can pick-up your mail, and perhaps take…read more

 

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Gathering By The City Pier

Saturday was one of those beautiful spring days when the most important thing that you can do is to be outside in the fresh air watching other people and animals do the same thing! It comes as no shock to my readers that the ice has just left Canandaigua Lake and now comes the season…read more

 

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Fathers Day – A Time To Pause

It’s been a long time since I left the family farm out in Ohio. I find myself frequently asking the question, “Where did 55 years go?” When we were young, we were always looking forward to something: high school graduation, college, turning twenty one, getting married, and raising a family. Fathers determine the mold that…read more

 

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