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Enjoying the Great Outdoors on a balmy November day

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 3 November 2015 at 12:00 am

Photos by Tom Rivers
LYNDONVILLE – With the sun shining and temperatures at about 70 degrees, many folks were out not only voting today, but enjoying the Great Outdoors.

The top photo shows a flock of geese in flight in Lyndonville during a sunset.

Pete Ricci of Waterport fishes near the dam in Lyndonville. He could see a lot of big fish close to the dam.

John Paul Simon, 12, (left) and his brother Sharbel, 13, fish in Johnson Creek behind the Yates Community Free Library. They spent much of the day in Lyndonville, fishing and reading at the library while their father, Jim Simon, campaigned for Yates town supervisor.

The Simon brothers, John Paul with net and Sharbel with fishing pole, caught this catfish. The brothers said they caught several catfish while enjoying the warm day.

There are hundreds of geese camped out in water in Lyndonville.

A fisherman in waders gets close to the dam, trying to catch some of the big fish in Johnson Creek.