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Ausable Point Campground, New York




"Ausable Point Campground", New York. Let's talk Beth, if you want to get me up early in the AM, something that will make me jump on up early, early, early ...is a gorgeous sunrise. At this campground was a perfect location to catch one. I am not sure what I love more, a sunset or a sunrise. The 2nd shot was sunset. AMAZING!! The hubby & I will be definitely returning to this campground, a major awesome camping spot. 


Quiet, just amazing hiking & a great place to enjoy your life!!! Please check out the video.. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth! It looks like a great place and views for your campsite. The sunrise/sunsets are gorgeous. Lovely post!
Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
TexWisGirl said…
how nice. :)
Linda Kay said…
Beth, a beautiful place. Sounds like you had a bit of a breeze coming off the water in the video. So beautiful.
What is more beautiful: the east or west sun?
Both are phenomenal. Truth? Travelling is a fantastic thing.
Joyous week.
Lucia
William Kendall said…
Such a pretty spot!
Ruth Hiebert said…
I can see what you would go back to this place.It looks gorgeous.
Very nice shots, Beth. I visited there as a very small child and do not really know whether I remember the experience or so enjoyed my Dad's old black and white box camera photos that I incorporated that sense of place into my memory. It probably was not very developed those so many years ago.
It is very hard to choose between sunrises and sunsets isn't it! xx
Rose said…
beautiful views, Beth!

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