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Keauka Lake Monastary

Keuka Finger Lakes Monastery Retreat, Photo Journal


While on a trip to Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York, I took this photo of a Monastery Retreat.  It’s on a road that winds its way to the top of the very highest portion of The Bluffs.  Along the way we traveled through grape vineyards, wine trails, and forest.

Keuka Lake Monastery

Wouldn’t you like to know more about the history of this gated retreat?

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  1. How cozy! Is this your house?

  2. Very nice and spring green. Pretty!

  3. What a serene place to be!

  4. That’s a lovely photo. It would ake a beautiful watercolor.

  5. I was guessing that this is an old church. Looks peaceful!

  6. Cindi ~ Moomettesgram

    I believe this is an old monestary. I was up at Lake Keuka high on the bluff and took this photo.

  7. That picture is beautiful!

  8. Makes me want a cup of coffee. Happy WW.

  9. that looks nice and spooky at same time. but i still would like to have a peep inside!

  10. Cindi ~ Moomettesgram

    Hi Tina ~ Yes! I thought the same thing~ I would have relaly liked to look inside! There’s an iron gate out front though!

  11. Yes I would love to know more about the history of this!

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