Wednesday, August 1, 2012

by seneca lake

Spending the week with my family in a rented Victorian house by Seneca Lake, which is 38 miles long to Cayuga's 38.1, but which has the largest area of all the Finger Lakes in terms of depth & breadth. Big, beautiful and blue. So far we visited a couple of wineries, hiked along Watkins Glen, played and did crafts, lounged about on the porch, made dinners & s'mores, and ate ice cream (can I mention ice cream in every post for the rest of the summer? Easily). I brought painting materials, but might not use 'em, which is ok too. 

tasting at Red Newt Cellars

vineyard view

watkins glen state park (765 steps to top)

waterfall heart carved into the rocks

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