We woke reasonably late following the feast and free flowing wine the night before. After gathering ourselves and our packs, we headed down to our homestay family’s small dining room for breakfast.
2021 Finger Lakes Region Scenic Calendar benefiting The Autism Nature Trail at Letchworth State Park The calendar combines scenic images, historic narrative, and also supports the premier of an original and model approach in engaging the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) community.
If you are not familiar with the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, you are missing towns, villages, hills, fresh-water lakes, waterfalls, award-winning food / wine / trails that national and international travelers, locals, vacationers, naturalists, and the tourism industry call:
- “Top lakeside retreat in the world” (Sherman’s Travel)
- “America’s Coolest Small Town” (Budget Travel Magazine)
- “One of the 50 Best Cities to Bike” (Bicycling Magazine)
- “Best Cities” in lists of some 30 national publications
- “Best State Park in the United States” (USA TODAY 2015 Readers’ Choice Award, chosen from more than 6,000 parks across the nation)
This year, we will produce another spectacular scenic Finger Lakes Region calendar featuring John Kucko Digital images and will donate a significant portion of the proceeds to the Autism Nature Trail (ANT). Although our initial goal is to reach 1000 calendar pre-sales so we can afford to print, our outrageous goal is 50,000 calendars and $200,000 to ANT. You can help make this happen and receive your own Finger Lakes Region 2021 Calendar featuring John Kucko Digital images.
9” x 12”, full color, wall calendar.
Landscape orientation, 9″ x 12″ when closed (18″ x 12″ when flipped open).
Full color, full page John Kucko Digital exclusive images (suitable for framing).
Hole punch for easy hanging.
Includes interesting Finger Lakes region and autism narratives and information.
With just 24 days left in this campaign, your support is needed to raise funds to make this campaign a successful one. Please consider getting involved, at whatever level you can, and help “2021 Finger Lakes Region Calendar & Autism Trail” get funded!