Western New York in the summer

August 7, 2009 at 12:11 am | Posted in architecture, travel | 3 Comments
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A few times a year, Daryle and I go to Western New York to see his family and friends. The most pleasant time to go is during the summer when the temperature is mild and the humidity is low. This year, we spent some time relaxing at a friend’s cottage down a dirt road near Lake Erie.

We stayed on a peaceful street with charming beach bungalows—about a two minute walk from The Lake.

Capri, the dog kept us company at The Lake. On the right—a piece of slate from the beach resembles a black lab.

I was surprised to see how big Lake Erie is—you can’t see the other side. The waves come in just as they do in the ocean at low and high tide.

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  1. yr photos make it look even prettier than it is!

    • It’s so pretty. I wish I could have spent more time there.

  2. […] backyard of the lake house I stayed in Western New York had tons of bird feeders hanging from trees and on stands. There were orioles, goldfinches, […]


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