You park nearby businesses where people overwinter their pleasure boats. The beginning of the walk passes some boat wrecks and some modest boathouses. It has a similar feel to the now defunct Verdun Boat Club - small huts next to functional docks up on the Saint Lawrence River near Montreal - quasi urban.
Then you come to a fabulous boardwalk that sweeps out over a basin in the Gennesee River.
Over at the other end, there are a series of these round cement docks like this one. I was told that cement boats used to dock here. If you keep going, you get to the Kodak watr treatment plant and the Rochester Zoo.
It's all aimed to sooth. I started a second Gilet, bigger size this time. I'm using some old teal coloured Germantown attic yarn on 8 US/ 5 mm needles so it should knit up quickly.
Helen asked about my "Oy!" in connection with NG volume 6. Helen - it was an East European "Oy!" - an expression of dismay, as opposed to a British "Oi!" which is not a positive interjection either. Nothing in the whole volume appealed to me at all, which saddens me greatly. I have all the other NG volumes, but I won't be completing my set with this one.