Schroon Lake Bed and Breakfast
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... from NYC. Perfect meeting point after a 534 mile drive.It is located in the far north east of the Adirondacks and we entered from the south west. It was slow going on back roads for a few hours but the views of the various lakes and mountain ranges were stunning.
We arrived exhausted around 9 pm, had a couple of glasses of wine and hit the hay as we all knew that we had a long weekend ahead of us.
... paid for it all and even bought my dinner. He got the hotel because he wanted to print maps, but he never ended up doing that. It seemed like a waste of money to me. 90% of the times that we've had showers at camp, he hasn't taken one, so I don't know why he'd get a hotel room. It didn't fit with his norm. We'll go over on the ferry to Vermont tomorrow, and then he'll start heading south as I continue ...
... complete with a room dedicated to Kate Smith who summered in Lake Placid for 40 years and whose body is buried here.
Nice to see "mountains" again I am such a western mountain snob as Sraddha says. It is pretty, however not compelling to stay overnight so we keep heading east and north. We stop to buy some fresh corn at a roadside stand then make our way up to Plattsburgh RV park. We first stopped at the state park ...
... to drive. I knew he would not complain about my driving.
Unfortunately all our plans to see Lake Placid are washed by the wayside. The rain is too heavy to even consider a walk. We wanted to see so much in this area. By the way, the temps have dropped 20 degrees. I did not pack for winter. It is now a cold, raw 64 degrees.
We did notice on the way to Lake Placid, that some of the leaves are changing. ...
Lake George, up state New York. Beautiful spot which reminds us so much of Taupo as everything revolves around the lake and rivers in the area. Small villages and resorts around the lake make it extremely popular in summer but advertises winter activities so must stay open all year round. Not sure what happens to the ice cream shops on every corner in winter? Yummy interesting ...