Leigh L. Klotz, Jr.

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Lake Ontario, Irondequoit, New York The road ends where Irondequoit Harbor meets Lake Ontario, at a narrow channel that permits boat access but stops cars and pedestrians. The walk on either side comes tantalizingly close -- you can wave to people you can almost but not quite shake hands with, and it looks like it might take an hour to go around the the long way. The drawbridge closes the channel come November, but nobody will be walking alongside it then.