Moored in Port Clinton, Ohio

Leaving Port Clinton, on Lake Erie

Waves! Little. They grow up real big and quick.

Lake Erie, Looking North

Back towards Port Clinton

Lake Erie south shoreline


Cleveland Browns Stadium

Cleveland Waterfront

Great Lakes Freighter

Geneva on the Lake (Erie) State Park

Boat basin, Geneva on the Lake

Store and facalities, Geneva on the lake

Moored at Geneva on the Lake, Ohio

Overnight Mooring Geneva on Lake (Erie)

South shoreline, Erie

Cottages and farms


Travel trailer park

Beaches, people sunning and swimming

Canada is over there

Windmills, Lake Erie, Buffalo

Buffalo Shoreline

Inner Harbor Buffalo

Overnight Mooring, Buffalo

Looking back over Erie from Buffalo

Buffalo Harbor Entrance

Lighthouse port of Buffalo

Criminal Birds

Buffalo Lakefront Park, across from boat basin

Boat basin in Buffalo

One resturant along boat basin

Frank Lloyd Wright's Boathouse, Buffalo

Frank Lloyd Wright's Boathouse, Buffalo

Frank Lloyd Wright's Boathouse, Buffalo

Entering Black Rock Canal

Entering Lock, Black Rock Canal

Leaving Lock, Black Rock Canal

Once it was about industry and commerce

Niagara River, bear right, left is over the falls

Niagara River Bridge

Under the bridge

First part of the canal. Many more lift bridges than locks

This section has more locks

It's a ways down to get from Erie to Cayuga

Into the Erie Canal


Canal town

in lock

exit lock

lift bridge

kayak liked to surf in wake

canal being used for irrigation, one among many farms

another town


lots of farms


narrow spot

bridges near Rochester, Genesee River off to right

you are in town, Rochester

developed canal waterfront

moored in Palmyra

it needs a bath

looking west from Palmyra mooring

pretty morning

pretty morning

houses along river with docks

artzie fun



railroad bridge

heading towards home

Seneca - Cayuga canal

approaching lock into Cayuga Lake

On Cayuga Lake

under railroad bridge

Ithaca in distance, Cayuga Lake

inlet entrance

Moored inTreman Marina, Ithaca

Moored in marina, Ithaca

Great grandfather (mom's GF) on his canal boat

GGF was steamship captain and had freighting business on canal. Boat entering lake.

Lumber was big business

Impressive stability for an excursion boat

Note dark object in lower left corner. Covered with fly netting and not in Congress

Entering the lake. Lumber on the left. This family history is why I wanted to navigate the canal

Boat in lock. These pictures are from the 1890's