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Once we heard that the Fall colors were at their peak in the Adirondack Mountains, we just had to take a drive up. Over the years we have spent countless long weekends and memorable vacations in the rugged Adirondacks and wanted to check out the colors. Those in the ...
... the hill to a historic breakfast. Oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar, pancakes with butter and warm maple syrup, eggs to order and Bacon. Now, I have always said that, if left to my own devices, I could eat a pound of bacon. On this epic morning, there was no rasher rationing. Our platter remained piled with crispy strips. It was a bacon bonanza. I did not hold back. I did not watch to ...
... Sagamore retreat. The main lodge and cottages rested on the banks of the sparkling blue Sagamore Lake. It required a village of servants and workers to keep the family and their friends comfortable while "roughing it" in the wilderness. The dining room served three sumptuous meals a day and a full time laundry staff washed and pressed all the garments needed to play and stay. Bowling and croquet were ...
... year, snuggled in her down sleeping bag, she spent the night in our backyard hammock. Next morning when I looked out the window, she was still sound asleep with a coating of snow covering her and all of Brewster.
As we drove back to yesterday's ending point in Boonville, we game planned our next few days touring the Adirondacks. ...
... had a dairy farm on the present day campground acreage. Dan was raised here, but he was allergic to cows, so Dad sold the cows in 1975. Father and son teamed up to establish the campground and the first campers arrived in 1980. Dan escorted us over a washed-out, deeply rutted mud road, downhill for two ...
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