I have been walking through the woods and over the hills between Seneca and Canandagiua Lakes my whole life. This land has told me a secret and I want to share that secret with responsible people that share my interest in our ancient past.
My wife and I went back to one of the first sites I found years ago. This area was once the site of an Algonquin fort and lies directly across the valley from Clark Gulley (the birth place of the Seneca). If you think about the picture of the gulley in this post you will know why the Seneca viewed this spot as a birth place. From the valley floor you can even see legs. This hill also offers the farthest view of the head of Canandaigua lakes and the forts that were located there.