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... and camp set up, I am confident Alex now has the skills to do well in the woods on his own. Tired, we retired to the tent and watched a movie we rented along the way. Nothing like watching a good suspense drama in pitch dark woods to peek your senses all night. Alex, please don't stab me with our knife if I go out to pee in the ...
... utilities are operational and a new phone line run. George set about getting the Trading Post in order and all 1300 items on line in the new computer program. Tim and his kitchen crew fed us well including a steak banquet Saturday night and the Massawepie Staff Alumni Association had its annual meeting in the Campfire Circle after dinner.
The weekend runs like a well-oiled machine. Ben, the Ranger, prepares work lists of the tasks to ...
One a trip organized by the Mount Holyoke Outing club, I climbed my first hike ever! Day one we climbed Owls peak, approximately a 4 hours hike. Day 2, we climbed Mt. Phelps (the 36th/46th highest peaks in the Adirondacks) took almost 8-9 hours. It was certainly worth the view at the top, more so at Owls Peak due to the foliage. Although, Mount Phelps truly felt like an accomplishment with it being such an excruciating and long hike. ...
Am I dreaming? The song lyrics repeat in my head as I pedal away from Hemlock Hall. "Oh what a beautiful morning, Oh what a beautiful day..."
Our morning began as Maura and I walked down the long, wooden staircase from cabin #1 to fog covered Blue Mountain Lake. We silently launched our paddleboat onto the ...
When Cindy asked that I do this entry I knew I should, because our brief stay at Hemlock Hall was a glowing highlight of my trip. I knew it as soon as we turned at the entry sign and started twisting our way up and down the road to the lodge. I inhaled. And then exhaled. Damp earth. The light filtering through woods of mixed hardwoods and evergreens, the lake ...