Peter'S Cottages

100 Route 28, Inlet, New York, 13360, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 100 Route 28, Inlet, is near Great Camp Sagamore.
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Travel Blogs from Inlet

Upper New York

A travel blog entry by cheranddan on Aug 31, 2013


Toured some back roads from Niagara Falls to Speculator in the Adirondack mountains, saw some deer, 2 adults and three fawns. Lots of lakes, cottage country. Bought a larger bag for the rear carrier.....I know.. . . Rode till dark, stayed in a small town motel......very interesting. Went next door and had good ice cream. Stayed at Cedarhurst ...

Some irritations resolved...

A travel blog entry by margotsilva on Aug 30, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... to Pottsdam, no fuses in any auto parts stores… but we did stop at Dunkin. They snagged the rear window defogger fuse to use in the spot for hauling. So that’s done. Dan hooked up our new brake system, it worked. And we are off for a hike, Bear Mountain 3.4 miles up rocky and rooty steep incline to top and a peek a boo view of the Cranberry Lake. Dogs made it fine, Lilly in the lead, Margot trailing ...


A travel blog entry by suzysnow on Aug 19, 2013

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New York Drivers. What more to say?

Mom and I ended up driving into the Adirondack Region before realizing that the little towns down the long high speed two lane roads dont have grocery stores. But a stop at the local Quick and Go gave us the nuts and drinks we needed so we continued deep into the heard of the Adirondacks.

Back in the USA and off for a 3-day hike

A travel blog entry by steffen102 on Aug 10, 2013

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... guide, Chris aged 24 years, gave us the group gear that we had to carry with us, i.e. bear-cans (to protect all food and things with odor from the black bears), cooking set, food and tents. Our backpacks were already quite full but we somehow managed to fit all this other stuff in as well. It surely wasn't much fun with this heavy backpack but we "only" had to hike into the wilderness for six miles (about 10km) and set up camp where we could leave most of the stuff and climb the ...

Little blessings

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 21, 2013

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... even use the bathroom and stove if need be until the new tenants came. The day was so beautiful and we were having so much fun swimming, canoeing and jumping off some big rocks across the lake that we ended up hanging out there well past the time we had planned to hit the road. Scott was kind enough to let us use his bathroom to change and we did finally hit the road around 5 pm. We were all sad to be leaving the Adirondacks, but this is one place, where I know we will return. ...