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Flight Home (Blog Post #17)

Before flying home, I met Molly's parents.  Then it we headed to the airport. After a sad hug good-bye, it was time for me to go through security. When I went through security in Dayton, I did not have to take my food out of my bag.  However at the Rochester airport, I had to… Continue reading Flight Home (Blog Post #17)

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Powder Mill Park (Blog Post #16)

Before I left to go home, Molly and I visited Powder Mill Park. There used to be a mill on the property.  In fact, there is still the water wheel remaining on the property.  The wheel is fenced in so visitor's don't disturb it. They also raise fish for recreational fishing.  Visitors can buy some… Continue reading Powder Mill Park (Blog Post #16)

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Honeoye Lake (Blog Post #15)

After Molly, her husband, and I finished our time at Canandaigua Lake, we dropped him off at home before heading out once again. Molly and I went over to Honeoye to see her childhood home and then the lake. Honeoye Lake is one of the smaller finger lakes.  There is also a swimming area of… Continue reading Honeoye Lake (Blog Post #15)

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Back to Canandaigua Lake (Blog Post #14)

After we visited with Molly's grandpa, we decided to go to Wegman's so we could get a picnic lunch.  Then we drove back to Canandaigua Lake for our lunch. It was an absolute beautiful day so the lake was filled with lots of people enjoying the water. When we finished eating, we walked along the… Continue reading Back to Canandaigua Lake (Blog Post #14)

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Sunday Morning – A Visit With My Friend’s Grandpa (Blog Post #13)

Over winter break, I discovered how to make a video with the photos I have taken.  Instead of a collage, I have a YouTube video of the Sunday morning of my trip. On Sunday morning of my trip, we headed down to Naples, New York to see Molly's grandpa. On our drive, we went past… Continue reading Sunday Morning – A Visit With My Friend’s Grandpa (Blog Post #13)

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Letchworth State Park – Visitor’s Center, Inspiration Point, and Upper Falls (Blog Post 12)

After going to the Middle Falls, we went to the Vistor's Center.  I finally found Hubby's souvenir from my trip.  I found a magnetic that is a piece of wood from one of the trees in the park with the words Letchworth State Park etched into the magnetic.  So cool! After visiting the Visitor's Center,… Continue reading Letchworth State Park – Visitor’s Center, Inspiration Point, and Upper Falls (Blog Post 12)

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Letchworth State Park – Tea Table (Wolf Creek), Middle Falls (Blog Post 11)

Have you ever been to a place that reminds you of a hymn that you have sung your whole life?  A hymn that was your grandpa's favorite hymn. I have spoken about this hymn and how Letchworth State Park reminds me of this song. Today is the 14th anniversary of him leaving his physical body… Continue reading Letchworth State Park – Tea Table (Wolf Creek), Middle Falls (Blog Post 11)

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Letchworth State Park – Mt. Morris Dam, Overlooks, and St. Helena Trail (Blog Post #10)

On Saturday of my trip, Molly and her husband took me to Letchworth State Park.  Letchworth State Park is located about 35 miles south of Rochester.  It's a 17 miles north to south. Letchworth is known as the Grand Canyon of the East with the Genesee River creating canyons that are as deep as the… Continue reading Letchworth State Park – Mt. Morris Dam, Overlooks, and St. Helena Trail (Blog Post #10)

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Seneca Falls – Women’s Rights Museum (Blog Post #9)

After we were finished with the museum in the Welcome Center, we walked down the street to the Women's Rights Museum. There is no admission to the museum which is a winner in my book. When you walk into the museum, there are a bunch of statues which represent different people who were all key… Continue reading Seneca Falls – Women’s Rights Museum (Blog Post #9)

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Seneca Falls – The Visitor’s Center Museum (Blog Post #8)

While we were in Geneva, New York, the volunteer/ worker at the tourist information suggested Seneca Falls.  It was about 20 minutes east of where we were at that moment.  Molly had never been there before so we decided to take her advice. She actually gave us two pieces of great advice.  Seneca Falls and… Continue reading Seneca Falls – The Visitor’s Center Museum (Blog Post #8)