The fort was completely destroyed in 1757 during the French and Indian War. But it was rebuilt in the 50s using the original building plans that were still in a file somewhere in England.
The trees surrounding Lake George haven’t changed a whole lot, but it was still beautiful. After we toured the fort we went walking along the shoreline. We ran into Kathy and Lauren Sullivan and Ken, Cindy, and Parker Jensen. The Sullivan’s were sitting in Adirondak chairs overlooking the lake and the Jensen’s walked by and were talking to them when we walked up. We all had a nice chat before heading our own directions.
Glen and I walked around the bottom of the lake and then up and then headed back to the car.
We went to the Barnsider Smoke House for dinner. It’s become somewhat of a tradition lately. We’ve eaten there at least three times over the last couple of years. They have fantastic ribs!
Talk about a beautiful place to live. I always feel so blessed this time of year to be able to live here where Fall is so beautiful!
Then we headed home. Glen had to pack for his trip to Qatar and I had to go to the General Women’s Broadcast.