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Trail to Tom's Point
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The trail to Tom's Point on Chautauqua Lake wanders through farm land on its way to the woods at the point.  For pictures like this one, I carry a small SLR camera, mounted on a small pano head and travel tripod, all of which can be packed on the bike's luggage rack.

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