The North Woods Inn
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... 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, ...
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. ...
... said that the colors were the most dramatic in years-they were right! There were reds, oranges, golds, the 'whole shootin match'.
We took some wonderful hikes and marveled at how incredibly gorgeous the fall is in Upstate New York.
... my tablemates had their fair share. I did not count strips. I indulged. It was very very good.
Cindy took off right after breakfast, anxious to get some more miles under her tires before the day slipped away. I wished her Safe, Strong (and Pretty, MawMaw!) as I do every morning. She disappeared over a rise and into the Adirondack woods.
And I needed to get ready to ...
NO BEAR sighted at Nelson's cottage last night. But the rain made an appearance and it followed me as a steady drizzle on my short 30 mile ride today. Maura and I planned to meet at the Blue Mountain Lake post office at 11 a.m., then we would go on the historical tour of the 1897 Adirondack Great Camp, Sagamore, which was the summer retreat of the Alfred G. Vanderbilt family.