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Spring Brings Changes to Finger Lakes Living

Spring is a great time to start cleaning out your closet or to buy a new pair of hiking boots or perhaps a new fishing pole. It’s also a good time for me to make some changes to my blog. It’s something that I have wanted to do for over a year now but somehow other things kept getting in my way.

With the help of Chad at Finger (click here), my blog has a new look. I’m going to keep doing what I have been doing – writing about what it is like to live in the Finger Lakes region of New York State and sharing some of our favorite wineries, villages, farm scenes, and restaurants that Jeanette and I visit. What we do and see pales in comparison to what there is to do and see in the Finger Lakes!

But there is one thing sure – we never tire of living in this part of the country. It’s been twelve years since we moved to the Finger Lakes but we have never looked back! Yes, we do escape for a few weeks during the coldest part of the winter, but we always look forward to coming back to the Finger Lakes and to see what is in bloom or what crop is ready to be harvested.

I hope you will keep coming back to Finger Lakes Living. My new web design allows you to make posts (if you establish a password and sign in) and to give me some feedback or suggestions, or to send me one of your favorite photos for use in my blog. Thanks for visiting

10 thoughts on “Spring Brings Changes to Finger Lakes Living”

  1. Thanks for your comment. The things that I write about and the pictures that I take are mine and are all real. That’s not to say that I don’t occasionally make errors! In today’s world, it is almost impossible to know reality from fiction; or truth from advertisement.

    1. I blogged for about two years on Moguling which is a free blog site, but I couldn’t control the header and they started to run Google ads on my website. I wanted more flexibility in the way that my bog looked, so that’s why I went to a local website designer for help. The software that I use is WP and yes, I spent a bit of money to get the site to look just how I wanted it to look, but it was worth it. They charge $30 per month for maintenance but it sure is worth having someone local to talk to when you need help. The Moguling people are out in Arizona and I didn’t like the time difference to try to speak to someone and I also once paid someone to post on my website. They posted that the Finger Lakes Region is a day trip from New York City! Hello??? That’s not what I wanted.

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