Big Moose Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- 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 ...
... it takes Patrick 3 hours to pack up and get ready. I prefer not riding at night or getting in too late. I think it's a major difference in our experiences on this trip. We are doing the same thing, but for different reasons. Patrick likes riding. He's really into his bike. He polishes his saddle and talks about needing sexier shifters because he just can't handle looking at the ones he currently has. I like the exploring adventure part of this trip. Biking ...
... s name but I did learn that he was a Tractor Pull champion. Thats a big deal in these parts. We were supposed to go further today, but the tire issue set us back a couple hours. I'm glad we stayed here though. We set up camp at The Brown Barn. The management was super friendly, and one guy, Eric, even had his bike all loaded for touring. We set up under a big tree. Inside the barn was a recreational area, showers, laundry, and a full kitchen. It was quite cool. Patrick wanted ...
... to Pottsdam, no fuses in any auto parts stores… but we did stop at Dunkin. They snagged the rear window defogger fuse to use in the spot for hauling. So that’s done. Dan hooked up our new brake system, it worked. And we are off for a hike, Bear Mountain 3.4 miles up rocky and rooty steep incline to top and a peek a boo view of the Cranberry Lake. Dogs made it fine, Lilly in the lead, Margot trailing ...
... who has been on the top of all 46 high peaks. Having lived in Upstate New York for a long, long time my host parents already had been on many of the high peaks. So they are eager to get to the top of the remaining mountains. However, many of them are very difficult to get to and quite a few of them are trailless, i.e. you will need to know the path up the mountain or be able to use navigation tools to get there. Since my host father had was ahead of my host mom with a few peaks, she ...