Water's Edge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Once we heard that the Fall colors were at their peak in the Adirondack Mountains, we just had to take a drive up. Over the years we have spent countless long weekends and memorable vacations in the rugged Adirondacks and wanted to check out the colors. Those in the ...
... turned into soft dirt and got really steep. I committed to it and pushed my bike about a mile. It was hot and humid, but luckily there was hardly any traffic. I think my biggest concern was to stay enough ahead to not have a riding partner. I got back on route and ate brunch by the Moose River. What a beautiful spot! An elderly man saw me filling a box of unneeded supplies from my panniers on the side of the post office in Old Forge. Usual questions ...
... been handy, but here I was riding around on it. He told everyone we met that he had given away his spare. It made me really uncomfortable. We passed an Amish carriage with 8 people inside while we walked our bikes down the road to the only place in West Leyden that was open. It was called the Milk Plant Tavern, and it attracted mostly bikers and locals. Kevin and Penny, a couple in their 50's, were celebrating their 1-year wedding anniversary. They met at this bar 8 years ago ...
Great Start Day. Dropped into Waterloo in time to attend the 9:30 Mass and surprise my Choir friends. Had brunch with them afterwards and after the farewells started off on my journey around 12:30. As you know it was hot today, a boring ride along the 401 in 31c wheat in not too much fun.
Crossed over to the U.S. around 5pm at 1,000 Islands. Small lineup with no trouble from the Security Guards. After a short ride down ...
... hour? 30 minutes? Though I don't remember (nor does she), Claire sprinted from the canoe to the cabin in such a hurry that she did not eve bother to remove her life vest. It was discovered the next morning on the couch. I don't quite remember even getting out of the canoe. Most of the night after the fire is a blur. And by blur I mean absent. The evening shrouded by a large black veil, interrupted here and there by small piercings, ...