As another day dawned in the Adirondacks,
Winslow sipped a cup of coffee with Chris,
watching the sunrise (he was sure it was behind the clouds somewhere)
and he wondered what Adventures awaited him today!
After breakfast he played hopscotch with the girlies by the cabin.
It was fun, but difficult if you can't stand on only one leg.
The girlies graciously let him use two.
Then it was off on an adventure with Heidi and Moriah.
After the van was parked,
Winslow and the girls set off down an old logging trail to the base of...
...Watch Hill. This Trail is unique in that there are 3 trails to the top, a horse trail from the road, a foot trail from the road and a foot trail from Indian Lake all reach the summit!
Having no horses in sight, Winslow rode in his backpack saddle instead.
A comfy and furby-safe way to reach the top!
He tried walking for a while,
but even the littlest of steams was kind of hard to jump across,
so back in the saddle he went.
Once he got to the top, the views were worth it!
There's not a bad view to be had, Winslow thought.
The mountains are always breathtaking...
and the clouds rolling around them
with shadows and sunlight made them even more majestic!
A furby seems so small when you start looking around.
There is just something about mountains that puts anyone's size into perspective
Then, it was back down the hill and to Stewarts for root beer floats!
Winslow agrees with Moriah-- root beer floats with Stewarts Root Beer are worth waiting all year for!
Then after supper Elaine and Moriah went to Shakespeare in the Park
at Byron Park in Indian Lake.
Winslow was excited as he has never seen Shakespeare before.
It was As You Like It!
...And Winslow loved it!
Winslow decided to get some selfies with the props and crew!
He especially like the pink flamingo "trees" as colorful as he is.
...he was honored to get a picture with the lovely Rosalind :-)
He can see why Orlando loved her.
Then he found out that this troupe is from Winslow's home town theater,
What a great way to end the evening with a touch of home!