We were fortunate enough to get a copy of your magazine from friends of ours who live on Cayuga Lake and who subscribe to the magazine. We enjoyed it very much. We vacation on the lake, as well. My wife’s family has many generations in the Finger Lakes area, so we got our own subscription. We’re surprised we had never seen the magazine before. Keep up the good work.
— Gordy Barnes
I am restarting my subscription to your magazine. Going into my old store pre-COVID haunts to buy newsstand copies may not be a good idea at present. As I have an otherwise complete set since your first issue (that I found years later a library sale), this is very important to me!
What a pleasant surprise to see the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway highlighted in the March/April 2021 edition of Life in the Finger Lakes! The Board of Directors of the Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway, Inc. would like to thank Helen Heizyk for her “Spring Road Trip to Cayuga Lake,” sharing some wonderful images from our byway. As the not-for-profit charged with managing the byway, we appreciate the coverage to spread the word about the many places to experience around Cayuga Lake, the largest of the Finger Lakes. Ms. Heizyk touched on a few of the assets, but to see all the different ways to enjoy our area, visit our website cayugalake.com.
— Sue Poelvoorde
Cayuga Lake Scenic Byway, Inc.
I just want to thank you for the article “Rabbits to the Recue” in the March/April 2021 edition of Life in the Finger Lakes. Most publications when discussing pets focus only on cats and dogs, and I really appreciate the attention you gave to what wonderful pets rabbits can be. Sadly, a few days after reading the article, my precious Dutch dwarf rabbit, Lucky passed away. I miss him following me around the house, the long walks we used to take on a nearby nature trail (a combination of me carrying him in my arms and him hopping along on a leash) and just cuddling and playing with him. I cherish the nine+ years he was part of our family. Thanks again for encouraging folks to consider rescuing a rabbit for a loving pet.
— Rochelle Cohen Lempert