The Islands of Lake Champlain.

Lake Champlain is North America’s sixth-biggest lake. I like to think of it as only just missing out on being one of the Great Lakes.  Within  the lake, on the Vermont/New York side of the Canadian border, lie a number of islands that were first seen by European eyes in 1609 when Samuel de Champlain led an exploratory expedition through the area.  Continue reading The Islands of Lake Champlain.

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