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The Big "Chill"

For the second weekend running, I'll be heading up to the iconic Sagamore Hotel in Bolton Landing, NY for the final days of the "Glacier Ice Bar" and other surrounding chilly events will be happening. I'll be covering the final weekend on behalf of the Warren County Board of Tourism.

Photo courtesy of Susan Blackburn

You can read about my impressions of last year's event at "Visit Lake Geoge,"  and keep following me here and on the "Visit Lake George" blog for news about this years festival. I'll also be checking out the Funky Ice Fest at the Adirondack Pub & Brewery in Lake George Village, as well as visiting the retail shops and restaurants in Bolton Landing as they welcome shoppers and diners to the second annual "Bolton on Ice."

So, stay tuned for more "ice, ice, baby!"

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  1. Love that photo, so cute!! Good to see you for yet another 'ice ice baby' weekend....now it's back to reality once more, but looking forward to returning to the Sagamore in July!

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