We drove into town first thing this morning to get COVID tests, which are required for entry into Canada. It was my first COVID test, and I’m now painfully aware of how far a swab can be pushed up the nose and into the sinuses. Hopefully we get back negative results before tomorrow afternoon when we’re actually supposed to cross the border.
The rest of the day was mostly a relaxation day. We drove around Lake George a bit, which is an odd area. It’s officially in Adirondack State Park, but every inch of the lakeshore seems to be a private fifties-era motor lodge, mixed in with mini-golf courses, waterparks, and various Last of the Mohicans themed attractions. We also arrived at the same time as a huge Harley motorcycle rally, so we received some good natured ribbing at roadside pullouts for having a vehicle with “too many wheels”.
Tomorrow we’re driving northwest through the park towards Canada, where we’ll hopefully get our COVID test results in time to cross the border and enjoy our next destination.