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Old 09-24-2015, 11:28 AM   #11
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All of a sudden Escape owners (or would be) are popping up in the Finger Lakes -- our trailer resides in PRattsburgh (not that other place in the Adirondacks )-- between Keuka and Canandaigua Lakes -- for part of the year.
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Old 09-24-2015, 11:28 AM   #12
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Hi: frank_a... Niagara Wine Escape 2015. We had 33 fiberglass trailers there. All current models of Escapes there too. Why...we even had a ParkLiner there with NY. plates on it.
Had a great weekend Sept. 18-20th. Always the second weekend after Labour Day. Alf
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So last weekend? Boy, that is a busy weekend Alf, but let me see if we can't save it for next year, and bring our egg.

Thanks!

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Old 09-24-2015, 05:05 PM   #13
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All of a sudden Escape owners (or would be) are popping up in the Finger Lakes -- our trailer resides in PRattsburgh (not that other place in the Adirondacks )-- between Keuka and Canandaigua Lakes -- for part of the year.
Hi Ruthe . I remember swimming in Canandaigua Lake about 16 years old with my cousins , etc. went to my Uncles wedding in Rochester , New York and to escape the heat went out to the country to picnic . Is the Lake still nice ? I remember the water was very clear and one of my favorite places to go getting out of the city . Pat
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Old 09-24-2015, 06:41 PM   #14
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Canandaigua is nice still. Very built up and the housing prices on the lake are among the highest (if not THE highest) of lake front houses in the country. Sometimes I swim at the beach in Canandaigua where they let people go past the ropes and swim parallel to the shore for a bout half a mile. The water is clear but every now and then there will be an overgrowth of algae and the lake is closed for swimming.
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Canandaigua is nice still. Very built up and the housing prices on the lake are among the highest (if not THE highest) of lake front houses in the country. Sometimes I swim at the beach in Canandaigua where they let people go past the ropes and swim parallel to the shore for a bout half a mile. The water is clear but every now and then there will be an overgrowth of algae and the lake is closed for swimming.
Thanks Ruthe for the update . I am glad to hear it is still nice . I am 69 now but I still have good memories of the lake as a teenager with my family . Pat
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Old 09-24-2015, 10:04 PM   #16
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We spent a week in the Finger Lakes last month. The scenery is different than I remember it from college, there wasn't snow blowing across the Thruway the whole trip. We made it a winery, brewery, and water falls trip. The water falls were incredible. We also discovered the there were no falls in Seneca Falls.
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