Day 13 at Lock 24, Erie Canal

Here we are enjoying the days as we wait for the water to recede. All of our company is gone and we are working on boat chores and projects.

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Word is that this area of the canal will reopen on Wednesday. In the meantime, we are preparing for the next leg north through the Oswego Canal and then across Lake Ontario to travel the Trent Severn Canal to Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.

But for now we continue to tour this region of New York State in between bouts of readying the boat for the Great Lakes.

A gorgeous afternoon at the Farmer's Museum in Cooperstown.

A gorgeous afternoon at the Farmer’s Museum in Cooperstown.

Our troubadour during a picnic lunch by a pond amid the grapevines.

Our troubadour during a picnic lunch by a pond amid the grapevines.

Like the French, American winemakers take immense pride in the aesthetics of the vineyards.  Pride and attention to detail is apparent in their product as well!

Like the French, American winemakers take immense pride in the aesthetics of the vineyards. Pride and attention to detail is apparent in their product as well!

 

 

 

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One Response to Day 13 at Lock 24, Erie Canal

  1. Kathy White says:

    You two look good. I know you must be having a grand old time.

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