"As people tell me things, I add them onto the tour," Leath said. "You go by that a million times and you don't really think about it."
That includes the set of lions off the road near Henry Hudson Park. They are actually marking the former entrance to a vacation home near the river, Leath said.
The tour should be about 2 hours long, including a stopover at the Bethlehem Historical Association's Cedar Hill Schoolhouse museum in Selkirk.
The first tour of the year will be held Friday, Feb. 5, which is also national Go Red Day. A portion of the $25 ticket price will be donated to the American Heart Association this day. On the remainder of the tours (Saturday, Feb. 20, Friday, March 5, Saturday, March 20, Friday, April 16 and Friday, April 30) a portion of the price will be donated to the Bethlehem Historical Association.
The addition of more dates is not out of the question if there is enough interest, said Lundberg. Call 462-3825 or visit www.albanyaquaducks.com to make required reservations.
All tours will begin at 10 a.m. at the town parking lot on Kenwood Avenue near the Four Corners in Delmar.