A model of the Long House in the center above and the replica below.
Then we picked up the Sisters at Seneca lake and made a quick visit to the Peter Whitmer Farm visitors center to see a released missionary who was visiting with her family. Sister Ringler, second from the right with her family.
We then visited the Sonnenberg Gardens in Canandaigua. This was the summer home of Frederick Ferris and Mary Clark Thompson. He was a New York City banker who founded what became today's City Bank. She was from Canandaigua and the daughter of a governor of New York. It was build in the late 1800s.
Overlooking the Italian Gardens
The fireplace in the Great Hall. I think the guide said there were 17 fireplaces in the mansion.
The Rock Gardens
The bowery of the Italian Gardens
The Japanese Gardens
A Japanese Beech Tree
The mansion from the south lawn
Always reminders of the grandkids.