Summer Paddling in the Adirondacks

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Today we decided to do some paddling to help beat the forecasted 90 degree temperature. One of our favorites, Mason Lake.

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Large root “ball” from a downed white pine

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the tall “flower” of a pitcher plant

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paddling one of the many shallow side channels. Much of the vegetation to the right is on a floating bog.

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Another side channel

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we watched this loon swim and fish for a while ... he acted as if we weren’t even there.

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new life growing on an old downed tree

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the view from our lunch break spot
 

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