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National Fishing and Boating week occurs on the first full week of June every year. This year the dates are June 2-10,2012. What a great reason to experience the love of fishing and boating. Go ahead , gather some friends or family and get out on the water, the experience is worth it.
Girls, boys, men or women, fishing and boating are open to everyone to enjoy. The Finger Lakes offer miles and miles of boating opportunities from shallow, weedy lakes like Honeoye Lake to cavernous cold lakes Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lakes.
- Find Your Boat – Take a look at Boat Explorer and watch a DVD that will help determine the best boat for you and your family.
- Make Memories – Bring the young ones a long, you will have as much fun as them. Record the day and share the video with other family members over a bowl of popcorn.
- Buy A Fishing License – When you purchase a license, the money goes to conservation programs, fish hatcheries, studies on invasive species and clean water programs. All of these programs work to insure you have a great fishing experience now and for your children.
- Discover A New Hot Spot – Find a new place to pull in the catch of the day by using the Hotspot Map.
- Learn From Others - visit Take Me Fishing.Org for all kinds of resources, maps and information.
Of course the best place to take off from in your boat, is of course your very own lakefront property. Call me when you are ready to purchase your own lakefront home. What is better than a boat and a dock ? A house with a boat and a dock ! – Oh yes, my favorite….Keuka Lake …perch from the cold waters of Winter.
Information brought to you by Mary St.George Realtor, Associate Broker, Wine Trail Properties, 315-719-8377
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What a gorgeous setting and a very informative owner and winemaker. Besides making award-winning wines in the Finger Lakes, Six Mile Creek also distills their own Vodka, Gin and Limoncello . Watch this video and get a feel for the business and the area. They are located in the Cayuga Lake area and would love for you to stop by. If you are not into wines, try out their distilled beverages. You may be pleasantly surprised !
Everything started with a trip overseas and a property being for sale across the road. If you have a passion for starting a business in the Finger Lakes and you are looking for the perfect property, give me a call and I will make it happen.
There are some great properties on the market and know of a few that would be available to the right person.
This information brought to you by Mary St. George, Associate Broker, Wine Trail Properties, 315-719-8377
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Looking around the ice cream cooler recently in our local Byrne Dairy store, I came across Mercer’s Wine Ice Cream. My first thought was ” Wow ! What took them so long ? “ After all, I live in the middle of the Finger Lakes Wine area, the second largest wine-producing area in the US.
I have had home-made wine flavored sorbet in a restaurant for dessert before, but have never seen mass-produced wine ice cream.
Of course I had to visit Mercer’s website and found out they have been in business for many years, developing from many other companies and names. They began a little North from my location and that may be why I had never come across this company in the past.
Mercer’s Wine Ice Cream is available in the following varietals:
- Cherry Merlot
- Chocolate Cabernet
- Peach White Zinfandel
- Red Raspberry Chardonnay
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