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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on a rocky ledge with what would have been a beautiful view of fall colors across the valley below but the sun had finished for the day and we had to settle for a more muted version.
We stopped just below Indian Lake on the way back qto enjoy warm showers and got back into camp just in time to set up snacks in the tent before the rain set in. It lasted until just before dark and then we were able to build a fire for the evening and cook our ...
... and that was after Alex bounced into me and almost knocked me overboard. Fortunately, I was able to stay in the boat. No one would have ever believed he was the cause. A couple times we entered areas of the river where all was calm and swimming was permitted. It was at one of these stops, where, for the first time, I failed when I gave a big push on Alex's back, attempting to knock him in the water and he went nowhere. He turned quickly and, I will have to review the video to confirm, ...
Day 2 of camping in the Adirondacks was just what I really enjoy. The rain had continued the entire night, which was actually a nice sound on the tarp Alex had placed above our tent. We remained bone dry the entire night. Alex slept in, so I hiked a bit around the lake. As I approached the camp, I walked up on a deer, probably 10 feet away. How I was able to get that close I am not sure. It looked up as we noticed each other, and slowly walked away. What a ...
We traveled through several locks and arrived at the lock before Little Falls (Lock #18) just in time to get a spot at the city dock.
They were hosting a car show when we arrived, and although it started to rain, the car show was in full swing. This was a nice stopping point. We tied up for the night ...
... Laughing hysterically at my predicament jarred Maura out of her snoring slumber. She helped yank the tights up and with teeth chattering, we both layered up to face the brutal, below freezing temperatures.
I am a sissy when it comes to camping in the icy cold. Where as, Maura loves to sleep outside in the dead of ...