|Lake Ontario near Sodus Point|
|The Fresnel lens magnifies the internal light|
We rode through lots of apple orchards today. Pretty old barns and houses that provided sanctuary to slaves on the Underground Railroad were part of the day, also. It is humbling to recognize these places have been here for so very long, and played such an important role in our nation's history.
And then, I had the pleasure of visiting with my old friend from high school, Mike Lynn, who drove up from Ithaca to have dinner with us. It was so cool to see him - I told Roger he was now entering the "Wayback Machine"!
The day's report: Pultneyville to Fulton, 54.1 miles/4889 to date
Our route for the day
|Apple trees are planted almost like grape vines|
|Cool old barn|
|Kathy and Mike|
|Lighthouse at Sodus Point|