A Blast of the Past #110: Watkins Glen

One of the unique natural and historical wonders of the Finger Lakes Region of New York State is Watkins Glen in Watkins Glen. Located near the south end of Seneca Lake, it was an oft-used encampment for the Seneca Indians, as well as a natural gorge that attracts many tourists annually.  Below are some pictures from our trek through this site back in 2009.

 

 

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