Seneca Lake

While enjoying a speaking engagement this past weekend at Long Point Camp near Penn Yan, New York, I got to enjoy several prayer and reading sessions on the shore of beautiful Seneca Lake.
Seneca Lake is the largest of New York's eleven Finger Lakes, and the deepest lake located entirely within the state. It is named, of course, for the Seneca nation which once surrounded the thirty-eight-mile-long lake. Folks call it the lake trout capital of the world, although I didn't see any. It is also renowned (due to its macroclimate) for its vineyards, although I didn't partake.
We traveled the length of the lake on the western side, from the city of Geneva (which we drove through to and from Long Point Camp, where I spoke) to the village of Watkins Glen on the south.

It was obviously a beautiful place to stay and pray and sit and read.

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