Ramada Queensbury/Lake George
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story to come...Left Smuggs, kept locking myself out, bed slanted, felt like I was sliding out, rough night, woke up to rain, ate at 158 Main, went back down the 108 through Smugglers Notch, down the 100 through Vermont (Mad River Scenic Byway) visited Moss Glen Falls, took 125 across the Green Mountain National forest saw Texas Falls, crossed Lake Champlain and ...
... web site indicated a total hike of approximately 4 miles, but it was more like 6 and change. This is where we could wax eloquently about parks, the general information that is or is not available, the dearth of decent trail maps, driving directions to said trails, etc. Suffice it to say that anyone planning to really do hiking in this area needs spend some quality time researching some decent hiking guides to the area. Lucky for us we were both scouts, ...
... a week ago( the old one had melted) only to have it fail again when we went to a state park to dump out. They are coming back again on Tues and hopefully they have figured out the cause. We had a great week in RI. We spent most of the time with our son but did manage to spend some time with good friends as well. We even managed a few games of Mahjong. Hope everyone is ...
... also gave us the right to stop and have some ice cream at Martha's again:)
After the hike we went to a bead shop in Glens Fall. The shop was in a very big building that had been a shirt and dress factory back, McMullen and Leavens Shirt Factory. It at one time had 700 employees and even sold shirts to Roosevelt when he visited his home on Lake George. They are said to have ...
We decided a boat ride would be a great way to see Lake George. Our boat was named Mohican, and gave us a great ride around the lake. The lake is 32 miles long as has lots of history. We were surprised at how populated the lake is with homes and just how popular the lake is for boaters. The state owns numerous islands where you can camp with limited amenities, but you must have a boat as that is the only way to ...