Adirondack Paddling

Paddling the Waters of Raquette Lake
Once I slid my feet over the side of my kayak into the cool lake water, the instant refreshment and relief from the heat confirmed that we had made the right choice.  With so many names on our seemingly ever-growing list of places to see, Evan and I always have a really hard time deciding what to do with our limited summer weekends.
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The Bog River Flow
Nestled between Long Lake and Cranberry Lake in the Western Adirondacks is the Bog River Flow – a solitary and beautiful wilderness perfect for exploring by way of canoe or kayak.  There are 39 campsites in the Bog River Flow and Lows Lake area, all accessible by water and available on a first-come, first-served basis. 
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Fish Creek to Rollins Pond
In the summer of 2010, my family and some friends spent our Fourth of July vacation camping at Fish Creek Pond. One of our last days at the campground my parents and I decided to take our tandem kayak and canoe out for a paddle.
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