Suzanne stayed onboard until Saturday, June 13. We rented a car and visited wineries on Lake Cayuga, the Corning Glass Museum in Corning, and the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Central New York is an intriguing spot to visit, and if we need to be stranded somewhere, this is not too bad.
One of more striking recent upgrades to the Traveler is the interior panels of the two doors leading to the deck. This winter Bob added strips of teak over the original thin, dark color, faux-wood panels that came with the boat. The teak strips mirror those on several of the lockers in the galley and add beauty and balance that wasn’t there before.
On Saturday night there was a fireworks display over the Seneca River where it flows through Baldwinsville. It was an up-close and personal view from the flybridge. We joked that the high water might keep us here through the Fourth of July and we could enjoy another display. Please tell the weather gods that we were only joking.