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We left Black Lake today and headed toward Vermont. We didn't make it.
We did, however, drive through the Adirondacks and somehow managed to drive into the bike portion of an Ironman race. No, I mean we drove into it! Imagine how those guys on bikes felt after swimming for 2.4 miles, then trying to ride their bikes for 112 miles, only ...
We had a relaxed morning and then dropped into a historic spot to try a local legendary taste delight for lunch. Anyone who knows Wayne knows he is a hot dog nut. We just had to go and try a Michigan Hot Dog. I had never heard of this but it's legendary in this area.
The restaurant looked like it might fall down when we arrived but is apparently ...
... mountain then hiked the 1.25 mile/2000 feet to the top (our Fitbit told us we had climbed 118 flights of stairs, that'll clean out the pipes)!!! It was an incredible experience we'll never forget!!
Next we visited the North Pole & Santa's Workshop before heading to Lake Placid to see the lake & the Olympic Village!! It was another crazy day!!
Today we stayed close to the trailer & since it has warmed up to 82 degrees, we went swimming in Lake ...
... near the end of their driveway for people to read as they drive past. They began in the Finger Lakes region and are noticeable throughout the Adirondack area as well. They say NO FRACKING, NO NY SAFE ACT, or NO LPG. All related to hydraulic fracturing trends growing in the region due to all of the shale which holds oil and gas in New York. People feel really strongly about keeping this area pure and unpolluted (can you blame them)!
Our campground was ...
... in size, but it was closed in 1909. In the summers of the early 1920’s Manlius School held a summer camp there for the cadets and thus began my family’s association with the lake. The hotel was dismantled after World War II, but the cottages, some outbuildings and the boathouse remained.
I guess the word that best describes the Massawepie of 1949 was “rustic”. The “cottages” were hardly cottages since ...