Pittsford, NY, Erie Canal, and Barnes and Nobles (Blog Post #6)

After we finished visiting Lake Ontario and the lighthouse, we travel to Pittsford so I could see the Erie Canal.

So what is the Erie Canal?  Back in the 1820’s, they built this canal to connect the Hudson River to Lake Erie.  It was a way of moving goods from one area to another.  In Ohio, where I live, there was two canals built – Miami Erie Canal and the Ohio Erie Canal.  The Miami Erie Canal is in the Western part of Ohio where I live.  Both of those canals connected the Lake Erie to the Ohio River.

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

My friend and I visit Lake Ontario and a beautiful lighthouse.

Lots of photos.

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.

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Seneca Park Zoo – Blog Post #4

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

On Thursday, June 8, 2017, Molly and I went to the Seneca Park Zoo.

Hubby and I have a bucket list.  We want to visit an aquarium or zoo in every state.  Actually I want to visit the zoo or aquarium, he wants to geocache at the zoos or aquariums.  It’s a win win situation.

I was able to cross off New York of my bucket list when we went to the zoo.

When Molly and I got there, there were a bunch of school buses at the entrance.  The zoo is small so it was crowded.  Plus the animals seemed to be turned around so we saw a lot of animal butts.

Here are photos from the visit.  These photos are not in the order that I took them.

vulture
Vulture
tourists
Acting like tourists – LOL!
theming
Decorations
signs
The original zoo building
random
African decorations and the totem pole
polar bear
Polar Bears
penguins
Penguins
otter
Otter
olive baboon
Olive Baboon
lion
Lion Exhibit – There was no lion in the exhibit.
greek salad
Greek Salad – The best salad I have ever found in a zoo.
goat - tiger
Tiger and a Goat
elephants
Elephants
eagle
Eagle Exhibit – The ducks live in the exhibit
eagle statue
Eagle statue
baby organtanun
Baby orangutan
baby organtanun 2
Baby orangutan
animals
Clockwise – From top left to bottom left – Rhino, Duck, Poison Dart Frog, Lemur
animals 2

From left to right – Alligator, Gecko, Wolf

african
African decorations
flowers
Flowers

mechanical box

Join me next Wednesday for our visit to Lake Ontario.

Have a magical day,
Traci

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