late afternoon at Westerly Marina
Bluff Island on Lower Saranac Lake.
Yes, they jump off it.
Camp on Lake Kiwassa. An Adirondack “camp” is an odd thing - not quite a house, but a few steps up from camping in a tent. This one is fairly typical: four walls and a roof, electricity added in recent years, no insulation, propane kitchen stove. The toilet and sinks use lake water, so you use bottled water for drinking.
Unique to the Adirondacks
This camp is a sad story. It has a great waterfront location and a boathouse, but it’s all run-down, moss-grown, and smelling of mildrew. The 80 year old owner is trying to sell it.
Three awe-struck customers at The Peanut Principle, Saranac Lake Farmers Market
Four views of the Joan Weill Library at Paul Smiths College. An absolutely gorgeous campus, set right on the lake. Sandy Weill gave a lot of money to the school in recent years.
On the trail to St. Regis Mountain. We didn’t make it to the top. :(
Spencer Boat Works, on Rte. 3 between Saranac Lake and Bloomingdale
Joan, sales staff at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake
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