June 1, 2010

Postcards from the Adirondacks

Shepard Park Bandstand in Lake George Village
Lake George, nicknamed the Queen of American Lakes.
View from our hotel's private beach. 3 miles from the Village.
200 miles to the Big Apple
The Lake is the gateway to the beautiful Adirondack Mountains.
The famous Sagamore Hotel, named after one of the characters in "The Last of the Mohicans". (Sidenote: This August, The Last of the Mohicans outdoor drama will be presented at Fort William Henry.)
This Victorian era hotel occupies a private island.
It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
View from Lake Shore Drive. The lake is a spring-fed, glacial lake named after King George II. Its original name was Lac du Saint Sacrement (Lake of the Holy Sacrament).
Come to the annual Elvis Festival from June 3 to 6 and see the Elvi perform!

Beach at Lake George Village. The Lake George Beach is on the other side.
Christie's Lane
old-fashioned souvenir shop
View from the summit of Prospect Mountain

Glen Lake in Glens Falls, NY

a band playing at Docksider Restaurant


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