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... once or twice. Not much to see on the shore - you could still hear a train and cars on the road, but there wasn't that much traffic. It was pretty idyllic.
We reached the agreed-upon take-out point (about 4.5 miles) in what seemed like no time at all. In fact, we hadn't even gotten around to having lunch yet - even though I was getting a bit hungry. Otto suggested that we try a bit farther downstream for a lunch spot - he found a sand bar with ...
... with limited access points. The
tree canopy was dense allowing little natural light. Denise, Mazy, Lilly and I
hit a trail near by… until Mazy put on the brakes, ears back, trailed narrowed…
we decided it was a good time to turn around. Had a great ride and lunch at a waterfront restaurant on Lake George, NY
Hi All, We're on our way!
Our first day went well until we got a flat tire at the VT/NY border. Luckily we found a 'Redneck' garage and got the tire fixed within an hour. Didn't even charge us! Imagine that - there are still good people in this world. We did give them a generous ...
Yesterday we took a drive to Lake Placid, site of the 1980 Olympics (also 1932). It was really crowded with people so it must be the place to get away from it all. We just had lunch and then drove around a bit. The Adirondacks is a beautiful area that is heavily forested and has lots of lakes. The mountains are not as high as we are used to. Today we just relaxed a bit and explored the area around our campground.
Tomorrow we are off to Vermont.
... We are in pine trees along a small river. This park is very crowded but it is the weekend so that's to be expected. We are looking forward to driving around the Adirondacks for the two days we are here. More pictures to follow.
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