Here’s my last post of the series and it’s ending on a good note. A friend of a friend showed us this secret spot that reminded me of a fairy world. He found the place by following a map drawn on a napkin that was left to him by another friend. Apparently a few decades…
My last day of #Friendcation was spent exploring Watkins Glen State Park. The views there were amazing and well worth the burning climb of hundreds of little stone steps. If you’re venturing up that way or want to photograph some great spots in nature, I definitely recommend this place.
We had a campfire and smores one night and decided to light Chinese lanterns, you know, those paper light things that you light and they float up into the sky. We tried our best!
Today we all went to explore this winery called Great Western. It’s the oldest winery in the Finger Lakes region, established in 1860. It has eight stone buildings and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. If you want to read more about the history and the timeline, click here .