Our 50th anniversary and we decided to head to Lake George. We never realized it is only an hour from Dorset, Vermont. It’s been years since we have been to Lake George. We picked the perfect day for a cruise and timed it just right and got there in time for a 1:30 cruise.
Wow – parasailing on Lake George. Looks like a lot of fun but not sure I could do it.
The Buskirks Bridge – love the reflection. I didn’t know there were covered bridges in New York.
Buskirks Bridge – $25 dollars fine for driving on the bridge faster than a walk.
North Dumpling Light. During prohibition, the isolated beaches and islands near North Dumpling were found to be ideal for transferring illegal booze. In 1986, the island was sold to the Segway Human Transporter inventor and he battled with Suffolk County authorities for permission to build a windmill to power an electric generator. He then began an extensive campaign and declared that his island was now the sovereign “North Dumpling Republic” and that he was Lord Dumpling II. The new nation was to have its own currency, the Dumpling, a national anthem and a one boat navy.
Race Rock Light is southwest of Fishers Island New York.
We are headed down the trail and Michael turns and says shhh and let me have your camera. (my camera had a bigger zoom lens on it) We switch cameras and walk very quietly and slowly so we don’t scare the bird and then we realize it’s fake. Too funny – so we had to take a picture
Love the colors in this tree
It’s a beautiful day to be outside and walking in the woods. Should I take the high road to the low road.
We decided to head over to Schuylerville, New York to the canal locks to see if we could get any goof photos. We timed it just right and got to see two sailboats go thru the lock system