Canandaigua, NY
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Archive for the ‘ Waterloo ’ Category

Lest We Forget

Memorial Day in the Finger Lakes took on national significance when the little village of Waterloo, NY was recognized in 1966 by President Lyndon B. Johnson as the birthplace of Memorial Day. President Johnson signed a congressional proclamation which declared Waterloo, NY as the official birthplace of Memorial Day. The first Memorial Day celebration in…read more

 

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Small Town Holiday Decorations in the Finger Lakes

According to an article that I recently read on Yahoo! Finance, the most popular travel destination during the holidays is Disneyland, Florida. But for most of us who live in the Finger Lakes, there is still plenty to do and see during the holiday season right here where we live. Folks in the Finger Lakes…read more

 

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Celebrating Thanksgiving in the Finger Lakes

Preparations for Thanksgiving Day are well underway in the Finger Lakes. It’s my favorite holiday and time to be with family and friends. First of all, I’m thankful for my good health this year. I’ve wandered around in the Finger Lakes this year taking pictures of my favorite wineries, restaurants, waterways, and lake scenes that…read more

 

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The Past, the Present, and the Future of Seneca Lake

When Susan and Colleen came for a visit from Pittsburgh, Pa., they wanted to go on Captain John’s (click here) narrated boat tour of the Seneca-Cayuga Canal and Seneca Lake. We had taken this trip with Susan earlier in the summer and we enjoyed it so much that it was on our “must do again”…read more

 

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