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... turned into soft dirt and got really steep. I committed to it and pushed my bike about a mile. It was hot and humid, but luckily there was hardly any traffic. I think my biggest concern was to stay enough ahead to not have a riding partner. I got back on route and ate brunch by the Moose River. What a beautiful spot! An elderly man saw me filling a box of unneeded supplies from my panniers on the side of the post office in Old Forge. Usual questions ...
... three or four bedrooms in addition to a living room with HUGE rock fireplace, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. No electricity, we had kerosene lamps and a two burner kerosene stove. The kitchen porch had an icebox, filled two or three times a week with ice which had been cut out of the lake in the winter and stored in sawdust in the Icehouse for the summer. No hot water, you heated what you needed on the stove- baths were taken in the lake. No telephone, ...
Our most notable activity yesterday was to ride around the lake a couple of times on the bikes that are provided here at the house. We did find a large turtle that was trying to find its way back into the mud though. We decided today then to drive through some more of the lovely countryside around here and look at all the ...
... br> We stopped at a scenic spot called High Falls Gorge and walked down the walkways to see the waterfalls. Carrying on we did a very short hike through the bush stopping to observe the little chipmunks scurrying around the trees and into holes.
Still suffering from the flue, we weren't able to do much hiking so we had to get back in the car and drive an alternate route through the mountains and forest and picturesque little ...
After a sleepless night with the flue we left Niagara for a week in the Adirondacks at Wells, New York. Didn't see any men with guns this time, although, yes Ken, I had the camera ready. Actually I was rather disappointed that we went past the man on the mower with his shotgun too fast for me to get a camera on him. I reckon that would have made an excellent shot. Passing through the New York countryside it was all ...