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Epik Rex Welcomes the First Day of Spring

Epik Rex loves to spend time in Long Lake.  He was out on the first day of spring, which was definitely more wintry than springy.  Epik was found at Hoss’s Country Campground riding around on a 4-Wheeler provided by Heckman’s Engines.  Epik was determined to have a good time and he did, but he got stuck behind the Long Lake Town Offices near the Buttercup Steamboat.  But he wasn’t sad for long once he spots two nice children who were waving to him.  He made his way home back to his hiding spot at the end of the day.  

Welcome Spring to Long Lake NY.

Happenings around town!  

Stewart’s Shops is expanding in Long Lake, NY!  The store is under construction and it remains OPEN!  But look for more room in the aisles, renovated shopping space and an additional restroom too.  

Even though it’s spring, the snowmobile trails are still open and in great condition so riders are encouraged to trailer to their favorite spot.  The Newcomb Trail and the Kickerville Road to C7B towards Tupper Trail is wide, flat and groomed. Great riding.  Lake Eaton is also great.  Trails in Raquette Lake are great too.  Some plowing on Uncas, but there are some great flat spots.  Check out the Bug Lake Trail and the Dump Road Too.  

T Rex Shovels out Long Lake in the Adirondacks

What better way to have your home shoveled out when over two feet of snow falls on the community of Long Lake?

This is the best way to handle it. Almost as good as a snowplow.  The T Rex was spotted in Long Lake, NY near Hoss’s Country Corner shortly after a March blizzard socked in the community of Long Lake located in Hamilton County NY.  Hamilton County is the most sparsley populated county, the third largest east of the Mississippi with the fewest people, so it’s no surprise a T Rex has made himself at home in the community.  

While the weather was a brisk 18 degrees the day the T Rex made an appearance, there was speculation that dinosaurs have actually survived all along, but these prehistoric creatures were living amongst the forest of the Adirondack Park. 

We’ve determined this T Rex to be human friendly.  The T Rex loves to do landscaping, mowing lawns and handing out candy at parades.  

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