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1. We begin our tour of New York's Lake George in a community on the north end of the lake, famous for a fort that was the site of a battle in the year 1775. Name it.
2. We row into New York's Lake George as it meets this river, which flows into Ticonderoga and into Lake Champlain. Which river?
3. Now that we are well into New York's Lake George, we decide to ride a motor boat and no longer row. However, we cannot go as fast as we want, for there is a speed limit on Lake George. During daylight hours, what is the speed limit?
4. As we travel south, we reach a region of scattered islands in New York, known as the Narrows. Which of the following is true about the Narrows?
5. When traveling south on New York's Lake George as we are, the Tongue Mountain Range can be seen on the right. Behind these mountains, a large bay exists that is part of Lake George. What is it called?
6. We travel south out of the Narrows in New York, into the larger section of Lake George. Right south of the Narrows is Log Bay, famous for what party-like "festival" each summer?
7. On the western shore of Lake George sits the hamlet of Bolton Landing, New York. On an island, there is a famous resort called the Sagamore. What is the island called?
8. Back on the east shore of the lake is a New York community that shares the name of a nearby mountain. The name of the community is indicative of someone who flies an airplane. What is it?
9. As we approach the Village of Lake George, we decide to go camping on an island that is about one mile in length and very narrow. It shares its name with a more famous island east of New York City. What is its name?
10. We end our journey in the Village of Lake George. A village full of life and things to do, Lake George is the county seat of which county in New York?
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