Saturday, October 11, 2014

Ganondagan In Autumn

Did some autumn hiking today at Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, NY, today. I don't get out often enough in the fall. I love the trails in the late spring and summer, but there's magic to be found in other seasons as well. The trails are part of a Seneca village that existed here back in the 1600s. It was attacked by French-Canadian forces in July 1687 and defeated, part of a conflict known as the Beaver Wars. Today they're building a Visitors Center on the site, and the hiking trails and festival held every year are enjoyed by people from near and far. Hope these pictures can give a sense of the beauty there.

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