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... around a corner and have a huge motorhome in their face! They hadn't even gotten to the 26.2 mile run yet. I can only imagine what they were worried would come at them during THAT portion of the race!
We found a KOA that had one spot left and parked it!
I did some laundry while Mike took the dogs out to chase down any straggling Iron ...
... mark that's been there for approximately 60 years.. A sweet girl car hop came out and greeted us and took our order. We sat at the picnic tables out doors and enjoyed this special hot dog treat. A hot dog smothered in chilli flavoured finely minced beef. You must eat 2 of these little doggies to fully enjoy the experience!
We then decided that we'd drive to Lake Placid, roughly and hour ...
Can't believe we're camping on the shores of Lake Champlain!!! We've had incredible experiences in this area of New York. This state continues to keep us on our toes!! We had an amazing hike through the Ausable Chasm where the river was rushing through a canyon of steep walls with incredible force (especially after several big storms the days before our visit.
Then yesterday we took a drive into the Adirondack mountains & rode our first gondola up the slope ...
... Sunday. Just as we began to spread out our clothing to dry on the picnic table it began to sprinkle. We can’t buy a sunny day! Kelsey and I put on a pair of wet and muddy pants and dirty socks and hit the trails. We decided to hike Avalanche Pass down to Avalanche Lake. It was a treacherous trail. Hikers have to register at the trail head with an attendant before the hike in case of an accident or a hiker disappearing. The trail had been completely eroded by ...
... and droppings. My dad bought me my first rifle when I was 10- a Mossberg .22 semi-automatic and taught me how to shoot. We had a small range set up down an unused road past Cabin 1, but I wasn’t allowed to shoot unless he was with me.
At night, after supper we played card games, board games, memory games, Charades and a hundred other things around the fireplace usually by the soft light of kerosene lamps and a fire. S’Mores were ...