Well, here are our boys at the Blue Mountain Lake Museum, one of the finest of its type I've ever seen. It has a terrific selection of all sorts of wooden boats and sections about mining, transportation, logging, art and everything about the Adirondack Park. If it's not on your to-do list, it should be! We have "Adirondack" parked on a mooring ball in Belfast, Maine while we rented a car to get to Vermont, picked up Adam and David and headed for Camp Sabael. There are usually a few chores there waiting for us, and this year we refinished the front porch, tore out and replaced the back porch and rebuilt the steps on the dock. Now we are seriously relaxing with multiple swims, hiking, great food, camaraderie with others from Camp, cribbage (I'm currently leading), knitting, puzzles (Sally's currently leading), lots of porch time, boating, reading (Ted is currently leading), and whatever else suits us at the moment.
We're not likely to blog again until after September 7, when we re-board with Anne and Mike and head towards Portland, where we trade them for Peg. Life is good! I love it here, but I long for the boat. I wonder how he's doing. I'd love to see what his voltmeter says right now. Capt. Jeff