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Hidden jewels in the Adirondacks

September 09, 2007

The focus on Lake George, N.Y. ["East, for Eden," Sept. 2], was a great reminder of our family's wonderful 15 years on the shore near Hague. Swimming and sailing in the summer and skiing in the winter provided a blessed retreat when we lived in upstate New York, then in New Jersey. That area is a little-known jewel worth visiting.

Dick Ettington

Palos Verdes

The best way to see the early foliage in the Adirondacks is to fly to New York, spend the night in Manhattan and take Amtrak (the Adirondack) the next day to Lake George.

Dennis Arntz

Laguna Niguel

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