Owl’s Head – Adirondacks

September 20, 2009 at 8:19 pm 1 comment

We’re staying in Lake Placid this week, at a friend’s condo which he generously offered us.  On the way driving up today, since we were early anyway, we stopped to climb little Owl’s Head Mountain, only 0.6 miles each way, but with wonderful views.  It was a crystal-clear day, and the views were superb.

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This is where I’m a little unclear about the rules.  Since Sir Loin and Maid Marion have already burgered this summit, does my burger count?   I downed one anyway.

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  • 1. sirloinofbeef  |  September 21, 2009 at 8:51 am

    Hey adk46r2783,

    Of course your burger counts! Just imagine if other hikers were disqualified due to the use of banned substances – like garden burgers. Then your summit would be left as the only left one standing. And it’s fun to eat burgers on peaks – even if someone else has already been there.

    It was probably too late in the year for blueberries – but Owl’s Head sure is full of blueberry bushes.

    sirloinofbeef

    Reply

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