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Sue and Judie’s Epic Adventure-Take II

Sue and Judie’s Epic Adventure-Take II

How many times since the pandemic first hit has the passage of time been referred to as “like in that movie Groundhog Day?”  Almost a year and a half later, I finally decided it was time to rewind yet again, overcome my fears, and pursue that travel writing career I...
Teachable Trips

Teachable Trips

Fall is a glorious time to be in the Finger Lakes! Crisp days and cool nights. The smell of grapes in the air. Fields bursting with cornstalks and bright orange pumpkins. And, don’t forget the apples ripening on their trees! I recently turned to an experienced...
What’s Happening in Hyannis?

What’s Happening in Hyannis?

With the remains of another hurricane about to drench and unleash gale force winds on our tent, we decided to break camp early. Friends had invited us to spend the night with them in Hyannis, so we packed up and headed west. First stop was for lunch as Sesuit Harbor...
Cape Cod-Camping and Cranberries

Cape Cod-Camping and Cranberries

I can’t imagine living anywhere but the Finger Lakes. However, there is one thing we don’t have here and that’s an ocean! Cape Cod has always been my “go-to” for a sand and salt fix. As a child, my family camped at Nickerson State Park in Brewster, MA. In high school...
Rail Riders-Something New to Try in Penn Yan

Rail Riders-Something New to Try in Penn Yan

Turns out there’s more than one way to “ride the rails” in the Finger Lakes Region. Who knew? Though it looks remarkably similar to something a child might create with an Erector set a rail rider is actually a clever mode of transportation. A recumbent-style bike with...
Not Just Grapes in Naples

Not Just Grapes in Naples

We spent most of Monday at our campsite, except for a short foray into town to visit Artizanns, a gift shop/gallery that only carries the work of Finger Lakes artists. The rooms overflow with all types of art including paintings, jewelry, glass, and novelty items so,...