Irondequoit Bay and Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse (Blog Post #5)

Join me on Wednesdays for photos from my trip to Rochester, New York.

After we got done at the zoo, we drove to Irondequoit, NY.  I wanted to see Lake Ontario.  Actually I had already seen it the year before when we drove from Niagara Falls to Toronto.  We didn’t stop on that trip to take photos by the lake.

irondequoit bay
Irondequoit Bay
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Lake Ontario
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Lake Ontario
lake ontario
Lake Ontario
pano lake ontario - webster
Panoramic of Lake Ontario – Webster, NY
sign
Caution Sign
boats
Boats
ironoquioit
Miscellaneous

 

buoy
Defaced buoy
various signs
Signs
the et
We stopped and got some frozen custard. Yum!
movable bridge
There is a movable bridge linking the towns of Irondequoit and Webster. During the summer, no one can cross it so that boats can get through.
lighthouse
Painted lighthouse
molly and i
Molly and I
me and lake ontario
Acting silly and a little bit serious
feet
Feet in the sand
ironequoit sign
I asked Molly what the Iron name was? She gave me a funny look. I was mispronouncing the name of the town. Irondequoit is an Indian name so I had problems with the pronunciation.  I can now say it correctly.

 

After we got done in Irondequoit, we drove to Charlotte, NY to see the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse.  We could not go on a tour of the lighthouse because it was closed for the day.

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The lighthouse
random lighthouse
Area around the lighthouse
signs (2)
Posing with the lighthouse
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More info about the lighthouse
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Various signs
horses
I guess horses can’t go down that road.

Join me next Wednesday.  We’ll be visiting Pittsford and the Erie Canal.

Have a magical day,
Traci

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