|Giant Chair in front of the|
|Well fortified entrance into|
|Star shape fort design|
|Cooper who makes wooden barrels|
|Life size sculpture of key participants|
in the first Women's Rights Convention
|Restored Cady Home|
|Lock on Cayuga-Seneca Canal|
On the way from Fort Stanwix through Seneca Falls to Niagara Falls I followed the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. Here is a picture of a lock on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal, which raises/lowers boats 50 feet. The employees there were very proud that they had recently upgraded to a hydraulic system.
|Rapids just before Niagara Falls|
|Niagara Falls from the US side|
I had also hoped to visit the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site in Buffalo the following Saturday morning. Unfortunately, I couldn't find parking because the it was the day of the annual Delaware Avenue Tour of Homes event. I did, however, enjoy the drive around the area myself. It felt old and was well kept, and the architecture was amazing.