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Wow, not even noon yet and it is already 47 degrees out!!

Hope everyone in the north-country has a chance to get out and enjoy this beautiful weather before winter remembers that it is still February!!
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It the very last day of the Lake George Winter Carnival and the weather could not be more gorgeous!!

The festivities end in just a couple hours so be sure to get up here and enjoy the festival on this beautiful day before it comes to an end!
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The winter carnival is going off!!!

Only just over an hour left until the fireworks go off so I’ll be sure to get down here to see the last fireworks of the winter!
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I dont know what the Winter Carnival is planning to have on this ice, but it looks like it is going to be an amazing final weekend to this year's Winter Carnival!!

With gorgeous and warm weather expected to continue through the weekend be sure to come up and have a great time in the Village!!

And dont forget that there will be fireworks this Saturday at 6pm!!
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This Thursday we throw it back to 1878ish!
This was the year the first Minne Ha Ha was retired and then she was sold to Cyrus Butler.
He brought her up the lake and moored her in the narrows in Black Mountain Bay, right next to Black Mountain Point (14 miles north of Lake George Village).
He used her rooms for 50 guests as well as a dining hall for his hotel. She occupied this job for a couple years before the ice came in from the north and severely damaged the hull to the point where she sank! She was then left there to rot away and sink in 14 feet of water.

The remains of her hull along with the mooring rings on shore can still be seen today. This is impressive seeing as it has been almost 130 years since then and yet despite time (and people picking off souvenirs over the years) you can still see her keel clearly!
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