End of November Adirondack Scenes

I made a world wind trip up to the Adirondacks. I almost brought my kayak. There was one body of water where I could have kayaked safely it appears with where to launch looking okay, but most places around Saranac Lake had snow and/or ice around the launches and ice on the lakes.

I was hoping they would turn on the lights, but they never did. Christmas tree on a dock as seen from the village of Saranac Lake.

The funny thing is on Thursday this lake had ice on it. On Friday morning the ice was gone. When I left on Saturday morning the ice was back. It is crazy how quick the ice forms and disappears at this point in the year.

South Creek boat launch looking the opposite direction from Upper Saranac Lake.
East of Lake Placid. I think this may in be in or near Keene Valley. This area did not get much snow.

If you are American, I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday. If you live in the northern hemisphere, enjoy the transition into winter. There is beauty in every season.

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