We’ve been raving about the great time we had exploring the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. It’s so close and yet so wild – the largest contiguous stretch of wilderness in the Eastern United States and bigger than Yellowstone, Glacier, the Grand Canyon and Everglades National Parks combined.
We had so much fun, even though we had to do battle with the black flies and had a close encounter with Bigfoot.
Here’s the video:
We are researching the Adirondacks for another one of our Seven Day RV Adventure Guide books. But we also just had to share it with you and do this video, which covers the northern High Peaks region.
We’ll explore the southern lake country of the Adirondack Park and the Finger Lakes region of New York in next week’s video.
One Response to “Adirondack RV Adventure – the Video”
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June 27, 2019at12:44 pm, Cece Flyzik said:
Great video…those of us who live in NY and frequent the Adirondacks know not to frequent the park in June…you’ll find that “black fly season” pretty much is done come July…thank you though for showing people how beautiful the park is….safe travels