Country Inn & Suites Lake George
Travel Blogs from Queensbury
We had breakfast today at a local diner called Ye Olde Fort with James, our insurance agent and the son of our agent that we have used since our Huron Lady days. We had a nice morning catching up with news of his family and mutual friends from the Passenger Vessel Association.
After breakfast we cast off for another picture perfect day's run through four locks ...
... have breakfast with our boat insurance agent in the morning then head down to Mechanicville. From there we'll assess the lock closure situation. And possibly wait out a couple days of thunderstorms, which won't be good for the water level ...
We are spending the day in Whitehall. We want to do some boat chores then tour the Skene Manor, a Victorian manor built in 1874 that is undergoing renovation.
Whitehall's claim to fame is that in 1775 Benedict Arnold commandeered a schooner owned by Philip Skene (owner of the aformentioned manor) which became the first ship of the American Navy. ...
It rained buckets last night! But the morning dawned clear so we fired up the diesels and headed south down Lake Champlain. On our right we passed Fort Ticonderoga. On our left were the Green Mountains of Vermont. The farther south ...
... in the middle of the road' by Loudin Wainright III. The other poor unfortunates included deer, squirrels, Opussums, and quite a few raccoons. We tried leaving stuff out here to attract live raccoons but to no avail. We're still not up to hiking up mountains but anyway it is a nice place to sit around and watch 'Dirty Harry' ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center