I spent yesterday photographing along the Genesee River Gorge in Letchworth State Park. There are three large waterfalls along the Genesee River in the park. The three major waterfalls are called the Upper, Middle, and Lower Falls, fancy names. There is a stone foot bridge that crosses the Genesee River in the park just below the Lower Falls. The Middle Falls is the highest, and the Upper Falls has an active railroad trestle crossing immediately above it. I spent time at the Middle and Upper Falls last evening after Sue and I had dinner at the Glen Iris Inn the former home of William Letchworth located on a bluff overlooking the Middle Falls. The house now has a restaurant and gift shop along with guest rooms. The food was pretty good, but no pictures because it was too fancy to pull out my camera. I had a 3 glass flight of local white wines (dry and semi-dry rieslings and a blend of Catawba white and Traminette). The glasses were served hanging from a wrought iron tree. All in all a delightful dinner that you don't often find in a state park when you are camping. We'll be here another day before moving on. Hope to get some more pictures of the area. Stay tuned.