Tupper Lake Motel
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Having my usual luck, I packed up and followed her path and I am so glad I did. The channel was about 30' wide and no more than 2-3 feet deep with a mixture of grasses abutting solid ground covered with scrub brush. Where there was sufficient dry land, the maples in particular made for a spectacular red show. This channel terminated after 1/4 mile in a beaver ram that was easily 100' across the mouth of a subsequent pond. Shar elected ...
... Chasm. This is where the Ausable River flows out of Lake Champlain into New York. It created a huge gorge with a lot of waterfalls. It was a beautiful site.
From there, we headed into the Adirondack Mountains. It was another beautiful ride through the mountains with a lot of lakes and streams. We decided to drive through Lake Placid and we were glad we did. We first spied the huge Olympic ski jumps, so ...
... 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 ...
... places - always too rushed I guess.
By this time, we had pretty much given up on paddling today. I was very lethargic and afraid of getting cold despite borrowing a shirt and jacket and pair of sox from Otto. Otto laughed at the striped sox and said that Barb always makes fun of these sox and wants to get rid of them. I was glad that they hadn't yet because they kept my feet warmer.
Otto went grocery shopping to the Hannaford ...
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 ...