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Thursday, July 10, 2008 

July 8th, 2008. 45 miles Glens Falls, NY. Very hot. scrub lot with sand and weeds. Business mediocre. Lot/License..

July 9th, 2008. 26 miles. Granville, NY. Warm/hot grass. We’re north of Glens Falls in the hill country east of the mountains along the shores of Champlain and Lake George. Two hundred and fifty years ago this was some of the most fought over territory anywhere. Three wars were waged here -–The French and Indian War, The Revolution, and the War of 1812 – all in the end battles for the control of waterways. Had any of those wars ended differently, both the United States, and Canada would be profoundly different. In the dark woods along the then frontier our histories were made.

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