Jasmine's Place Issue No. 18 - May/June 2017 - Page 11

Corners.”. There is a beach, walking trails that are handicapped accessible, quaint shopping. My sister and nephew found the mysterious Kunjamuk Cave, located off Elm Lake Road on one of the many “paper trails.” Paper companies used to be the only ones able to access the rough roads for logging. Now anyone can make the trek and guess if the cave was manmade or not. Tourists stop at McComb’s Oak Hill Farm to get fresh Adirondack maple syrup. The family has been making syrup for years, and are the friends who first invited me to the area. They sell out each year, and their syrup is a favorite stop when visiting. Like Speculator, the Adirondacks are full of areas where hunters are far as New Jersey come to stay in remote cabins to watch out for bears more than other people. Fishing is also popular, as is skiing. The mountains are also a “must” destination for “leaf peepers,” people who love to travel in the fall to look at the leaf color change. Camping and golf are also activities throughout the approximately 100 communities throughout the mountains. JASMINE'S PLACE 11 11