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Learning from trees

August 28, 2012
By RANDY LEWIS , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

On the day I considered my last day of summer vacation before school started, I took a walk up the St. Regis Mountain trail. I wasn't intending to climb the mountain to the top, but wanted to walk to the spot where the "old" trail meets the "new" trail ... a site where a man-made bridge crosses a delightful bubbling stream, where the ranger's cabin used to sit. The old and new trail designations are relative ... the new trail has been in place for a very long time. Although I've climbed the mountain at least a dozen times, I haven't climbed St. Regis to the top since it was constructed, so I'm entitled to call the trail "new" until I do.



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