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... risk my finances just to help him out... I drove on.
Just to add in a little of the upstate New York scenery:
And to show yet another difference between the way we do things:
It was already dark, which meant after 9pm. I drove on into the town of Gouverner and got something to eat. I camped there for the night before striking out the next day to keep a long-awaited appointment.
Motorcycle: 171 miles Gouverneur to Stowe, VT Coffee, bagels and conversation with Uncle Dick, Aunt Ann and Cousin Ed open the morning. Mark and Dick go down to the glass shop and make a new bottom for our T-Bag out of Lexan. Lexan is bullet proof, so no worries about this breaking. When they return, we all head over to Ed's new property on Trout Lake. Ed has a terrific spot with ...
Our braking unit had arrived! K&D woke up at 5 am to alarm notifying battery dead, transferred food to cooler. Ken and Dan spent the day trouble shooting trying to figure out why the battery didn't recharge on the drive to this site. Trip to Pottsdam am, (80 mi round trip) to get backup battery and charger. Then they discovered after further troubleshooting that the truck did not have a relay fuse for ...
... we had come out of the woods and loaded the gear back into the car. After returning the group gear to our guide and saying thank-you for the great time, Joe drove us back to our house.
It was a great weekend and hike. I am very glad that I had the sudden chance to come along and that my host mom achieved what she had come for: hiking up to the top of Mt. Seward, Mt. Donaldson and Mt. Emmons. With this three day hike I have now been on seven of the 46 high peaks, namely: ...
... Queen Anne" cottages were demolished over the next few years as an outstanding Scout Camp was built on the shores of the lake. Each time I returned during the past few summers, I went to the old site of Cottage 2 and reminisced about the wonderful times I had... and probably bored the Ranger staff to death sharing the memories, but such is life when one reaches his anecdotage.
But this year... this year as I approached ...