The Alpine Lodge
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... a brief survey paddle last night and had hoped to wake to a gorgeous sunrise illuminating the flaming trees along the banks; but instead we got low clouds shrouding the mountain peaks and hiding what little sun was on offer. We paddled out anyway and I fished a little towards the western end and then Shar decided to explore for an inlet.
We found it fairly easily and she wound into it while I fished at its mouth among the grasses ...
... we finally saw the take-out spot. Milo had been anxiously looking for it for quite awhile. He did a good job though for a nine-year-old since he paddled his new kayak all by himself the whole time. Once we had loaded my kayak onto my car and all our stuff into it, I told Otto how lucky we were - since I actually had my car key with me this time. He didn't think it was such a special deal, but it could ...
... here. The scenery is beautiful. We wanted to stop in town and eat lunch on the lake, but the town was very crowded and there was no place to park the RV. We are seriously thinking now of getting something to tow because I think I am done riding the scooter.
We continued diving the scenic route through the mountains hoping to find a campground. There were none listed in our book except state parks, ...
... our tent and packing up the camp. It is really nice having Alex at an age to help. We had the camp broken down and packed in no time at all. Off to town, we had a nice little breakfast to fuel up for the day. It is at this point I must interject that we had to make a quick stop by the hardware store, where, just the day before, I bought a pair of sunglasses after I apparently left mine somewhere in the Letchworth Park area. Now we were back, because, somehow, in less than 24 hours, I ...
... the trail where we found a little for both of us. Being a real abandoned mine area, there were very high cliffs and rocky areas where one misstep could lead to a very long fall. Of course, Alex made a B-line for the high rocky areas, while I walked, mostly bent over, examining the rocks below. The area above provided for some excellent views, as I had to remember my parental duty to watch over the safety of my boy and scampered up the cliff myself to ...