By Robert873 on October 27, 2016
On the back jacket of Rich Engelbrecht’s new book, Conesus Reflections, the author writes on the glossy back cover: “Although one of the smallest of the Finger Lakes, Conesus Lake turned out to be ideal for a family with 2 boys and a dog. Big enough to play on, and get out of sight of Mom and Dad, small enough to get towed home when the boat ran out of gas; there is always someone there to give you a hand.”
And so Rich gives us a photo journey of Conesus Lake with interesting tidbits about the lake and the activities it inspires. This is a beautiful book about our lake. It belongs on your coffee table or somewhere else conspicuous in your home so visitors may enjoy it also.
The 6’ x 9’ book is 57 pages of interesting information and spectacular photographs.
My only criticism of the book is that one wishes there was more. This is a worth-owning book for your home.
The book is available for sale on Amazon for $13.99 paperback, $9.99 for the Kindle edition. It is also free if you are a member of “kindleunlimited.”
Everyone who enjoys Conesus Lake will find this book worth owning.