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We woke up to sunshine which was the first we had seen in days so I was sort of feeling torn between racing home or spending a few moments checking out the Lake. We asked for some suggestions from the front desk and got a great tip to take the scenic drive up Prospect Mountain which was literally a few blocks away. The drive cost $10 but had several view points out over the lake ...
... breakfast was not open on the day we were there we decided to try 158 main which was recommended. The food was amazing. So it was a nice start to the rainy day.
We made our way back down the 108 through Smuggler’s Notch. I had avoided a lot of stopping the day before and now was worried about the rain. It had stopped while we were eating breakfast but then I could see it moving in over the landscape of the mountains as we drove. We arrived into ...
... Pond which is a popular destination for rock climbers.
Stopping in the town of Keene, NY we stop at the ADK Market and its nearby sister store the ADK Café where we score some awesome cinnamon sugar donuts, molasses sugar cookies and a picnic lunch that later proved to be amazing. Despite the fact that ADK is the airport code for Adak Island, Alaska, we note that ADK is used everywhere to indicate the Adirondacks.
The High Falls Gorge ...
I got up early to leave before Patrick, but he chose this day to get up on time and pack up fast. He ended up leaving before me towards the main camp with the trash, and we said our goodbyes. I felt like I could breath again. The Adirondacks are not as bad as the Rockies were, but I lost my climbing muscles somewhere between Missouri and Ohio. I'm hurting pretty bad. It was a beautiful, peaceful ...
... 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 ...