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June 29, 2008


David Corbett

Delightful ruin ! I camped here solo about 25 years ago . Played bagpipe tunes on a portable tape player , drank cognac and waited for the spirits . I soon fell asleep and awoke to birds singing and sunshine . It was superb.
cordially ,
David Corbett

Tim Abbott

Gloriously vacant. One of the best picnic spots on the lake.


The last time I visited Crown Point there was nobody there except us. Doesn't look like there was much of a crowd when you visited either.

Tim Abbott

Crown Point it is! The massive fort built by Amherst after the French blew up their smaller bastion Fort St. Frederic in 1759 was a behemoth that makes Fort Ti look like a modest summer cottage. We took a detour up that way before the festivities got under way at Ticonderoga on a gorgeous Friday afternoon. I'll post some more about this place and its significance in a little while. Lots of F&I reenactment stuff is ahead of it in the queue, though, as well as the ongoing Knyphausen series and a week of impending vacation with a gigantic Ogden /Barker reunion / memorial service / beach party thrown in for good measure.


Crown Point?

Anthony Turner

Is it Fort Ticonderoga? (That's where you said you would be this past weekend.)

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