Good Find

Great Sign

Had a great ride on Monday.  We rode around Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York.  On our way we found an old Historic Sign in Waterloo, NY which took us back to simpler times where small town America prospered and the local Main St was king.  In 2007, this historic sign was discovered after an adjacent building (Dempsey Building) was torn down.  When the Dempsey building was built, it was located right up against the adjoining structure, hiding this sign for 110 years.

If you like Wine, then visiting Seneca Lake is a must.  We rode around the entire lake and there was a different winery on every curve.  Seneca Lake has a maximum depth of 618 feet.  This extreme depth explains why the US Navy still conducts testing on the lake all year around.  When you are there maybe you can find the “Great Sea Serpent of Seneca Lake”.  My theory is that this giant snake has long since been torpedoed by the Navy.

Ride when you can b/c winter is almost upon us……………………………

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