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Genesee Trailwalker, Part 3

All three parts of this series were written and published on Rivertop Rambles around the 20th of January each of three consecutive years. I don’t know what this proves, other than the fact that I’m another creature of habit. I … Continue reading

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Genesee Trailwalker, Part 2

Again, the great philosopher Lao Tzu had set the tone for my rambling. This time it was put forth in these words from the original Taoist: “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.” January continued to be … Continue reading

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Genesee Trailwalker

Like most North American rivers, the Genesee, in western New York, has a history of trail use on its banks. From animal path to hunters’ trail to railroad bed and more, the river banks have had a wealth of practical … Continue reading

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