Ledge Rock at Whiteface
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... gotten so far up - the water level is much higher at this time for some reason. We played around a bit - I tried to go up the creek but didn't want to risk capsizing since it was still a bit chilly. I didn't mind the cool water on my quick-drying pants but still didn't want to get totally wet...or have an accident.
On our way back we stopped at a little island sort ...
... they weren't optimal. One was too sttep. One was too far away. While exploring the put-ins, we met a couple from the Carolina's who had spent much time in the Adirondacks when they lived in Rochester. Oh, oh - was she Chris and I have forgotten his name. Very pleasant people. They said they were checking out some of the historical sights. Otto suggested we follow Tahawus road and see what we could see.
We found McIntyre's ironworks ...
We checked out of our hotel and went on a boat tour of Lake Placid. We enjoyed seeing the many "camps" along the lake -many with only boat access. The term "camp" is misleading as many of these are multimillion dollar properties. We heard the story of Mabel Smith Douglass who mysteriously drowned after boating only to be found ...
... a mile to the top. There we had a 360 degree of the landscape-an amazing view in to both Vermont and Canada. We went down much more quickly then we went up-an 246 ft. elevator ride to the bottom. We enjoyed the majesty of the mountains, the amazing scenery and the views that only higher elevations can provide.
Family Folklore: We had interesting ...
The day dawned gray, overcast and rainy. Following a breakfast at Dancing Bears we headed to the Olympic Museum. Historical events in Olympic history were located here-ice skater Sonia Henie and the "Miracle on Ice" memorabilia. We saw the Herb Brooks arena where the historic game took place. Across the street ...