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Jul 1, 2015 - Leg #15 - Whitehall, NY

/// Champs RV Campground Whitehall, NY Wednesday – July 1, 2015 High Temperature: 79 degrees High for June: 94 degrees Low Temperature: 61 degrees Low for June: 49 degrees Rain: 0.54” Total rainfall for June: 11.61” (More than our total rainfall for each of the past three years) A Travel Day: Leg #15 Waking to the sound of rain falling on the roof I started to dread the thought of packing up and traveling in the rain. As luck would have it, the rain stopped for most of my outside travel preparations and by 9:15 A.M. we departed the...

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Jul 12, 2010 - Whitehall NY

Arrived here on the 9th. This is the birthplace of the US Navy and Locks 11 & 12. The locks are still active although rarely. They are locked at the very end of a tributary to Lake Champlain. Drove to Lake George Village. No wonder I couldn't get a campsite here. It's a huge resort town. Reservations need to be made much sooner than 2 weeks. What a busy place. I don't even know how many blocks long Main Street is but tons of shops, restaurants and bars. It was just too hot so we settled on finding the produce stand that we had stopped at on...

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May 1, 2010 - Summer Quarters - Whitehall, NY

/// Saturday - May 1, 2010 A Travel Day. We woke to overcast skies and a low temperature of 49 degrees. The forecast calls for an expected high temperature of 80 degrees today. Thunderstorms may develope later in the day. After enjoying several of Janet Tobey's homebakes blueberry mufins. I am ready to hitch-up. We have a nice easy trip to make today of just 150 miles northeast to Whitehall, NY. // The trip north was uneventful. There was much more traffic than I expected on the Adirondack Northway. We pulled into the Whitehall Marina & RV...

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Aug 20, 2007 - Whitehall, NY

On Aug. 20, 2007 We arrive at the Whitehall Marina & RV Park in Whitehall, NY. This campground is located at lock # 12 at the mouth of Lake Champlain. This park is a real gem. It is not very big, but very friendly owners and campers. The sites are tight but are backed up to a marsh and very scenic. We were not bothered by bugs but I would guess that could be a problem here. We enjoy watching the many species of shorebirds. We use this park as our new base of operations while conducting business in VT. By Sept. 5th we decide to start heading...

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