I started writing this on the last day of 2022 (right under the buzzer). 365 days flew by! Of course there were some technology issues. So here’s my wrap up, a wee bit late.
I got to visit a lot of great places in 2022. Some were brand new, and others were old favorites. I’m grateful for each experience they brought me, both positive and negative.
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It’s been a while since I drove through the Adirondacks in New York. In fact, I decided it had been too long, and asked my friend if I could crash on her couch in Lake Placid for a weekend.
We decided to conquer Cascade Mountain early Saturday morning. Join me on this journey, won’t you?
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Yes, from the same blogger who brought you “5 things you need for an Adirondack Fire Tower hike” we’re shifting to winter hikes.
I might complain about brushing snow off my car, but I don’t mind a snowy trail. Here are a few things you should keep in mind before taking on your own snowy hike.
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Remember how I told you to do your research in my last post? I learned from experience, and Snowy Mountain was one big experience.
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It all started when I mapped out fire tower hikes a “quick” drive from Rochester…
It was a successful trip to the Adirondacks this week. On a whim, I booked a motel room and decided to cross two more fire tower trails off my list.
While the booking was spontaneous, prepping for the hike was not.
Here’s what I recommend if you’re looking to get out and explore the great outdoors.
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