BEST WESTERN Adirondack Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... away. What a beautiful drive through the Adirondacks region past mountains and gorges and rivers running along side the road. Very very beautiful scenery all along the way. We also passed Whiteface Mountain along our route which is very impressive.
We finally arrived in the village of Lake Placid where we strolled with Ozzi and enjoyed the many shops. A nice ice cream cone. What ...
... mountain then hiked the 1.25 mile/2000 feet to the top (our Fitbit told us we had climbed 118 flights of stairs, that'll clean out the pipes)!!! It was an incredible experience we'll never forget!!
Next we visited the North Pole & Santa's Workshop before heading to Lake Placid to see the lake & the Olympic Village!! It was another crazy day!!
Today we stayed close to the trailer & since it has warmed up to 82 degrees, we went swimming in Lake ...
... were a lot of fun. We bought them a round of fireball whiskey, which they had never heard of. In return they sent a couple of neon green cocktails over to our table during dinner. They tasted terribly of mouthwash and we could not drink them. Of course we thanked them on the way out and told them they were delicious! We drove back to our campsite to spend our last night at the Adirondak Loj. Another early night as we will be breaking down camp in the morning for Burlington, ...
... in mid-June. The first job was to unpack and put away. Then Dad and I went down and put in the dock- several eight-foot sections of two or three 2x8’s on posts which were set in the sand bottom. Once that was done, we went down to the boathouse and got a canoe, a rowboat and an Adirondack guideboat. This latter was a unique craft made out of mahogany, I think... double-ended like a canoe with two sets of oars and oarlocks. When you got ...