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Photo Essay - Joe Geronimo
-Joe Geronimo

Fog begins to burn off on a small Adirondack pond near Lake Placid, New York. The canoe is made by the Adirondack Canoe Company. Photo by: Joe Geronimo

"After the Storm" paddling in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Canoe is a Hemlock "Peregrine". Photo by: Joe Geronimo

Joe Geronimo paddling his brand new Hornbeck Boats "New Tricks 14" on Jabe Pond in New York's Adirondack Park. This boat weighs 24 pounds. Photo by: Gary Sharp

The sun sets on another day canoe camping on Follensby Clear Pond near Saranac Lake. Photo by: Joe Geronimo

.Joe Geronimo paddling his new Hemlock Canoe Works "Peregrine" on a remote Adirondack Lake. This canoe weighs 32 pounds and I had a 3/4 mile portage to get here. Photo by: Gary Sharp

My son Max and I paddling our Wenonah Champlain on the Moose River near Old Forge, NY in October 2015. Photo by: Joe Geronimo

Instead of pushing the brew button, I struck a match. Photo by: Joe Geronimo

The Curtis "Solo Tripper", right is the grandfather to the Hemlock Canoe Works "Peregrine", left seen here on Canadice Lake in the western Finger Lakes of New York. Photo by: Joe Geronimo

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