Lone Birch Motel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Indian Lake
... Labyrinth Trail and The Lemon Squeeze.
We really didn't get a very early start, but that was OK and we walked along the carriage paths with the rock climbers headed for the Shawangunk cliffs. Once we gained enough altitude,we began walking alongside the lake and we could see the grand hotel on the far end. The Labyrinth a Trail starts at the end of the lake near the hotel and involves a boulder scramble interspersed by wooden ...
... there to look at them. They were having a ski jumping event going on. Little did we know that they use these ski jumps in the summer by watering them down. They had a meet going on in the smaller jumps where they land in a pool. That was fun to watch.
We rode the chairlift up to the big lift, then took an elevator up to the top where the skiers jump from. We will have a totally different ...
... swear, dove at me with a determination in his eyes that I have never seen. He went all or nothing, sacrificing himself in order to knock me swiftly over the side of the raft into the water. Next thing I know, we are bobbing down the Hudson. And guess what? I no longer have my sunglasses on my face!! As much as I wanted to blame Alex, I had struck first. Ugh, I will not return to that hardware store a 3rd time. The rest of the trip was great, lunch was provided, and they even threw in ...
... the trail where we found a little for both of us. Being a real abandoned mine area, there were very high cliffs and rocky areas where one misstep could lead to a very long fall. Of course, Alex made a B-line for the high rocky areas, while I walked, mostly bent over, examining the rocks below. The area above provided for some excellent views, as I had to remember my parental duty to watch over the safety of my boy and scampered up the cliff myself to ...
... and camp set up, I am confident Alex now has the skills to do well in the woods on his own. Tired, we retired to the tent and watched a movie we rented along the way. Nothing like watching a good suspense drama in pitch dark woods to peek your senses all night. Alex, please don't stab me with our knife if I go out to pee in the ...