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... a site for the night. We are right on the lake and there are only about 6 or 7 other RVs here with people of our generation. There is a nice breeze off the lake so we don’t even need AC. We are happy campers!
We met two couples from Florida who are traveling together. One of the ladies grew up in Geneva and graduated from Geneva High School. They were there visiting family and friends last ...
It would have been a shame to miss a paddling opportunity after coming up to Saranac Lake. Otto kindly offered to take us to the Franklin Falls Flow - an easy and pleasant paddling experience. We passed the section of the river that has rapids for a mile or so - was it class 2 or 3?
We put-in at a state site and headed up toward the white water. Otto said he ...
... on my skirt after saving it from the coffee that spilt as I pulled into the gas station. I used the windshield water to clean off my skirt but by the time I got the hummus on me, I was on the road and no water was available. I drove along in autopilot until I noticed a sign on the Northway for Tupper Lake. I thought I had passed my turnoff to the High Peak region so I took it and followed it West until I came to an intersection and wasn't ...
... later in the depths of the lake. After a quick lunch in Lake Placid we headed to Montreal. We expected a 3 hour drive but didn't count on nearly a two hour wait to cross the border. On we got to the border station it only took a few minutes to go through and get back on the road. We checked in to our Hotel.....a hotel atop a ...
... lake, he climbed up the Trap Dike. The climb was a mix of snow and ice climbing.
It was the same, fateful climb that resulted in Ben needing to get evacuated via helicopter because him and his climbing partner had lost the way back down after having climbed up the dike (darkness had set in and they were unable to see/find the trail). They had to hunker down for the night, which resulted in Ben getting frostbite in his toes and ultimately the loss of ...