At one point as I was driving the boat, our 9.8 hp motor had a hiccup and reduced throttle. The oil pressure light came on. Neither Lynn nor I could figure out what the problem was. The oil stick showed plenty of oil, in fact too much oil. Eventually it seemed to resolve itself but the unknowns were unsettling.
From the charts it appears that Pittsford had a nice tie-up wall and park. Upon arrival, we learned they were having a free waterside concert at the park. I pulled up to the wall as people were gathering for the pop, folk, and country music concert. We learned that bathrooms were available at the library just up the hill for concert goers and boaters. We walked around hunting for a suitable restaurant and topped it off with a baby soft ice-cream cone at a very crowded but expensive shop. We walked back to our boat. Lynn was sitting outside and found himself entertaining a few more curious bystanders while the other three of us worked on our computer or internet stuff in the cabin. One couple interested in the boat was Bruce and Cindy, who had a houseboat he built upon a pontoon boat.