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Recipe of the Week: Julie’s Michigan Sauce

We are huge fans of Jane and Michael Stern’s Roadfood book, a wonderful collection of American roadside restaurant recommendations. No matter where we are traveling, we always consult the book before we leave to see if there are any gems in the region to which we are heading. Before we took off for Lake Placid last month, we cracked open Roadfood and found that every Adirondack entry referenced the “Michigans” on the menu. A Michigan? What’s a Michigan? So glad you asked. First things first. A Michigan is not from... Read More
05 Oct
Falling in Love with the Adirondacks at the Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA

Falling in Love with the Adirondacks at the Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA

The Adirondack Park in New York State is our newest favorite place. Why?  Maybe because of its fragrant and thickly wooded forests of spruce, maple, beech, and birch. Maybe because of its sparkling lakes, winding rivers, and rocky streams. Maybe because of its charming lakefront towns such as Lake Placid and Saranac Lake. Or maybe because the region hosted the Winter Olympics in 1932 and 1980 and the sounds of supreme, almost mythological, athletic greatness still can be heard if you listen closely. “Do you believe in miracles?” ... Read More
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