Mobi365 Starzee Project 365 2023

I plugged it into Google Translate, and in Dutch it means "track," so Van Dyne road, sort of? Is there Dutch influence around there?

Great job, I think you are right. I mean, Van Dyne must be Dutch. By the way the Swedish corresponding word is ”spår”:geek::D
The Dutch mostly settled down state in the Catskills. I think the ‘kill’ suffix is Dutch. If the Van Dynes named the Spoor they were the lone Dutch. The village it’s in is Savannah. Nearby roads are Carnecross, Morgan rd., Bixby rd. and 39 rd. The village that surround it are Port Byron, Clyde, Wolcott and Seneca Falls. Of course villages change names. My Port Byron was originally Kings Settlement. Then Bucksville, :rolleyes: Finally Port Byron. If your interested in my little spot on the globe…. History | Cayuga County, NY.
 
10/25
Dolly had a bad morning. Rabies shot and ear infection
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But we had a nice afternoon at the Deep Muck Marsh
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10/26
The 25x digital zoom at East Road.
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For comparison here is the same area take a few days ago with the 5x zoom.
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I LOVE this camera. Er, iPhone…..
I think the 25 zoom is ”good enough” Today I used it for checking a number plate on a car that was parked where I planned to take a short break for checking up my f-word ostomy pouch :D
 
I think the 25 zoom is ”good enough” Today I used it for checking a number plate on a car that was parked where I planned to take a short break for checking up my f-word ostomy pouch :D
I have a lovely pair of binoculars that I never bring…. And I like to see who’s walking toward me if I’m on the canal trail. I‘m sure it will be handy for that.
 
10/28
We drove out to Cayuga Lake to see the newest addition to our Erie Canal Museum. It’s just out of town and has an entrance from the Thruway to invite visitors. I have no idea how they plan to get this canal boat from the lake to currently land locked Port Byron. It’s huge. Well, long anyway.
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11/2
We have been watching these eagles for a few days. They are carrying big sticks and small limbs to this tree. We speculate they are building a nest. Eagles lay their eggs in February.
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