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Author Topic: Adirondack Adventure  (Read 2276 times)
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« on: October 19, 2012, 11:38:20 PM »

Thanks all!

Paul it sure is a great area to ride, I now know why they hold Americade there every year.  At the bar the locals told me to ride around Lake George as you suggested.  I didn't do it, I went west and north instead.  Another reason to go back, you and I should plan to do that next season, it would be fun to go again when it's warmer.

Definitely!  Mario's has great food, just like Mama used to make! Ft Ticonderoga, Green Mountain National forest, Vermont country Store(s)...crap its going to be a long winter I just know it!


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