Tuesday, October 19, 2010

18th State–Vermont (Oct. 19, 2010)

After a wonderful time in Maine, I decided to return to Vermont and find a place to paddle.  I’ll have to fill you in on the name of the place when I find my notes. Update: 2/27/16 - it was Harriman Reservoir, a dammed lake formed on the Deerfield River.  Went through Medburyville on Woods Road.  That's off Rt. 9 (Molly Stark Trail) and west of US 91.  It was a small lake, and no one was there but me.  Serene.  But getting wintery.  There was signs that someone had made a camp along the shore.
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1 comment:

  1. Funny thing, I can't find the name of this place and I guess I did not send a SPOT signal out from there??? A puzzlement.


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