Normandie Beach Club

Address: 96 Furnace Point Lane, Westport, New York, 12993, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 96 Furnace Point Lane, Westport, is near Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and Button Bay State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Westport

    Vermont cooks!

    A travel blog entry by tslatta on Oct 14, 2014

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    87 degree temps does not encourage fall colors! However, a stop at Ben @ Jerry's eased the warm day. Crossed from VT to NY via Lake Champlain ferry ($23). Ausable Chasm was worth the stop...and provided a scenic hike. Colorful trees amidst interesting layers of rock were amazing! Staying at Black Bear Camping in NY for 3 nights allowed us to explore the area. Even tho we missed our scheduled West Point ...

    Day 71 N. Hudson To Middlebury, VT Mile: 3,750

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... When I reached the bottom, I spied a Subway and called Maura for a lunch date.

    Maura's morning had been consumed by breaking down camp and getting, yet another, jump start. Over our chopped salads, we planned the rest of today's strategy. Maura would go to the Ticonderoga Walmart and shop for a portable battery hotshot unit. I would continue ...

    Day 70 Blue Mnt. Lake To N. Hudson, NY Mile: 3,701

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 17, 2014

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    ... lured me in. Shivering, I jammed 3 quarters into the slot. A jet of icy cold water shot out of a rusty shower head. I waited for the water to heat up. Minutes slugged by as my teeth chattered and my fingers and toes started turning blue. For some crazy reason I jumped under the frigid spray to rinse off, prolonging the agony. ...

    Lake Champlain, friends and wonderful cabin

    A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... side of the lake like a sea in the clouds as far as you can see west, north and south. They are in fact the southern end of the Laurentian Mountain complex and not part of the Appalachians. So we feel like we have been here at the edge of our territory-but the Adirondacks do beckon.
    Tomorrow we will move to Middlebury for the weekend, then to a cottage at Banbury State ...

    Day 10 - A day at Button Bay

    A travel blog entry by cmhuff on Jul 09, 2012

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    ... of how long they have haunted my thoughts. Well, the ranger said she had never heard of them latching onto people and also that she thought they were not even present in this part of the lake. That, and the fact that we probably were not going to go swimming (IF the kids would stay still AND on the center line in the canoe), helped me calm down about the invasive eel issue and tone down the mental pictures of the four of us screaming and running from the lake with eels attached ...