I couldn't quite get enough of the Adirondacks and headed back up for for one weekend. The goal was to do the kayak to Hitching's Pond and the hike up Low's Ridge. I had done this earlier in the summer with people from the museum, but I managed to break my phone so I lost all my pictures. This is a phenomenal trip that's pretty easy and gets you away from civilization quickly. There's also the opportunity to see some wildlife, which is my favorite part of being out in the wilderness. Over the summer I saw a black bear, otter, bald eagles and some turkey vultures. This trip didn't have any wildlife sightings, but the possibility of there being something just around the corner makes the adventure more fun.
Edited by Lamar Giles
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