Category - Outdoors

As I write this, it’s 36 degrees outside (January 19, 2015), a relative “heatwave” given the temperatures we’ve had in the area (just yesterday it was 2 degrees – and no I did not forget the zero – that would be two degrees.  I enjoy stretching my mind to think what I should write in this blog. Of course, in those ponderings, I can’t help but think about the weather. After all, it’s right in front of me and envelopes us every day, for better or for worse.  I say we focus on the better! 
 
I thought back to my conversations in the last couple of weeks and although they’ve been about the weather a bit, I must say that I am amply impressed with how positive they are.  We Finger Lakers are, overall, a very positive bunch; at least the ones I hang out with. Maybe that’s why we’re in tourism because we tend to be optimists. How do I make the most of this situation?  It’s important to keep that tone and that attitude when you’re sharing why tourists should come visit here.

A Finger Lakes Adventure

Thursday, September 4, 2014 11:26 AM by Michelle Dawson

Mi”chelle” is coming out of her shell!

I moved to the Finger Lakes area 22 years ago from the sunshine state of Arizona. And, since I grew up there, I had always considered it my home. The reason I have always felt Arizona was my home is I never took the time or the effort to go out and see what the Finger Lakes area truly had to offer me until I took my position here at the Finger Lakes Visitors Connection (“FLVC”).