Wildwood on the Lake
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... it is so hot that we need AC, so we needed to find someplace where we could get a hookup. We have found that not all of the campgrounds are listed in our book, so we hoped we would find something along the way. We went through a little town called Long Lake and just as we were coming around a corner I spied a small RV park on the lake. No signs, no name, just RVs parked on the lake. So we stopped and asked, and ...
... about all the stuff - the house painting - the photo editing - the preparations for my departure on tuesday for Portland. So I said good-bye Otto and set off from his place with my kayak back on my car around 12:30. I made it home by 4 pm and tried to get some things done, but as usual as soon as I brought out my paint can, the sky darkened. Oh, well - tomorrow, it must be!
It has been too long since the last outing with Otto because I broke my wrist last year and was out for the summer and then flew by as I prepared for Emma's visit.
We found a mutually agreeable time and I drove up to Saranac Lake to go kayaking with Otto. He had offered a few choices and one was the Upper Hudson and Opalescent Creek paddle, newly opened by purchase. I drove up on Tuesday with my lunch in my lap. I managed to spread ...
We checked out of our hotel and went on a boat tour of Lake Placid. We enjoyed seeing the many "camps" along the lake -many with only boat access. The term "camp" is misleading as many of these are multimillion dollar properties. We heard the story of Mabel Smith Douglass who mysteriously drowned after boating only to be found ...
... had me tapped!) and decided on doing the 10-mile roundtrip hike to Avalanche Lake to see the Trap Dike that Ben had climbed in the past.
There is a lot of history here. For those of you who know Ben, you've probably heard the story. This is the same path to the lake that Ben did back when he was 19 years old. The only difference is that Ben had done that climb back in December, when it was covered in snow and was VERY cold. And after having arrived ...