Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 | Author:

We recently returned from a short stay along the Sacandaga River near Wells.  Here’s the view we had from the camper:

Here’s the view I had from my lounge chair:

And here’s the sound we could hear from both.  To get a real feel for our trip, just listen while you check out the  photos after this video.

Here’s a sampling of some of the other sights the camera found:

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5 Responses
  1. threecollie says:

    Sweet! We know your river and the places in your photos and we love them too. Very nice photos and I hope you had a wonderful week. Our turn next week at Peck’s and I am like a little kid with anticipation.

  2. Jim Wetzel says:


    I won’t be camping again before November, but I certainly am looking forward to it.

  3. akagaga says:

    @3c I’m glad you’re going to be able to get away. I’m sure you can use a break!

    @Jim Well, maybe you can get at least an evening around our campfire when you get back to Rochester. Be sure to let us know when you’ll be there. And I’m not sure you should go in November … I bet you’re going to try to kill Bambi. :)

  4. Jim Wetzel says:

    You’ll know as soon as I do (well, quickly thereafter, anyway).

    My attempts on Bambi’s life, if any, will occur between about Thanksgiving to about Christmas. The fall campout, on the other hand, will likely be the first weekend in November. After that, it’s just getting to be a little too nippy to be tent-sleeping — if you don’t have to, that is.

  5. akaGaGa says:

    Our last outing these days is Columbus Day weekend. The past couple years we’ve been blessed with relatively warm weather – but even so, we turned the heater on low at night. How soft I’ve gotten having a pop-up!

    When I was spending a lot of time backpacking (many moons ago), I wanted to go snow camping, just to say I’d done it. Since my knees refused to crawl anymore into tents, though, that desire has passed – which is probably a good thing.