Scratch, scratch. In my 5 years of living in Syracuse I think I have made it to NYC more times that I have to the Adirondacks. Door to campsite you can get to some fabulous places in 90 minutes, and I just don’t know why I don’t go there more often.
scratch, scratch. Oh, yeah….the bugs….
Actually, the bugs are not really keeping us away, but they were pretty bad last month when I got to visit the Adirondacks two times.
First time, I didn’t spend much time outside because I was there on a girls weekend and we were too busy eating and laughing indoors. We did very much enjoy our view, but rain and bugs kept us from exploring too much.
Just last weekend I braved the bugs with my family and some good friends for a night of camping at Eight Lake Campground. We provided a nice meal for the bugs, but I am so glad we braved the blood suckers.
Just seeing my kids out in the woods inventing fun makes it so worth it. Can you see the bow and arrow that was constructed?
Doing some exercises to make the water seem warmer.
Tag on the beach.
Our campsite—very large.
This hike was appropriately named.