Wednesday, November 29, 2006

The Great Guides of the Early Adirondacks

When the Adirondack Park was really, truly wild, the Adirondack guides were king. They knew the local area better than anyone and they introduced their park to many of the distinguished and common visitors to the Park over the early years. Their role in the history of the park is significant. Here, some local guides sit by their guideboats at Rocky Point, Fourth Lake.

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