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Wild Adirondack lakes.

by Seneca Ray Stoddard

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Published by Nims & Knight in Troy, N.Y .
Written in English

  • Adirondack Mountains
    • Subjects:
    • Adirondack Mountains -- cPictorial works

    • Edition Notes

      GenrecPictorial works.
      LC ClassificationsF127.A2 S79
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[1] l., 15 plates.
      Number of Pages15
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6906304M
      LC Control Number01014035

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        Picture two relatively remote Adirondack ponds located within a wild forest designated track of land. Both require about a two mile carry. One was recently reclaimed by the DEC after the. Woodswoman II: Beyond Black Bear Lake Paperback – she writes at length of problems with vacationers roaring loud motorboats on her idyllic Adirondack lake -- and of neighbors nearby. However, her books are full of adventures with wild animals, as well as her beloved German Shepherds. These books are homey and genuine, heartfelt Reviews:

        We were in the Forest Preserve unit known as the Ferris Lake Wild Forest, one of several large Wild Forests in the southern Adirondack Park. Ferris Lake WF is , acres in size, spanning parts of four towns in three different counties. As we arrived at Stewart’s Landing and dam holding back Sprite Creek, the outlet of Canada Lake, we. The Adirondack Visitor Interpretive Center, which is located on Route 30 about twelve miles west of the campground complex, is a nature center and visitor information center with tour and travel information. The nearby villages of Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, and Lake Placid offer a good variety of restaurants, gift shops and shopping areas.

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