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Not lost in the woods by Dave Edney
Whoever can follow a map best and
Ballooning-Light Flight by Bill Steinhardt
You never know where you'll land.
The Erie Canal in Western
New York various authors
48 page section relating the history of the
canal and how former bustling ports are trying to bank on their heritage to boost
their economies. Also sold separately.
Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong
It's two, two magazines in one!
Genesee Country Sketches: The Little Lakes by Scott Adamson
What Conesus, Hemlock, Canadice and Honeoye lakes sacrifice in size, they gain
Main Streets: Dansville by Georgia Mullen
Livingston County town tries to regain prosperity.
Canandaigua Steam Pageant by Susan Peterson
Century-old engines chuff
Just Folks: John Leax by Ivan T. Rocha
College professor moves away from a dangerous level of individualism.
Crossroad Cafe: Deloris' by Ivan T. Rocha
This Wyoming county
restaurant is known for its fresh, homemade pies.
by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
An Ontario County inn offers European gentility
in a country setting.
Genesee Country Vignettes: Turtling in gentle
pursuit by Susan Beckhorn
There's something mystical about lifting
a tiny painted turle from a lily pad; like trespassing in Eden.
from the Genesee Country: Building on Strength by Joan K. Davidson
president of the Kaplan Fund, a private foundation that supports preservation
efforts, discusses the National Register of Historic Places.
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