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A SPRING STROLL DOWN CANADICE LAKE’S WALKING PATH Written by Pat Atkinson

In these days of social distancing, what better activity to do on a beautiful early Spring day than to take a walk down one of my favorite paths on the west side of Canadice Lake. The morning grey, cloudy skies soon gave way to a brilliant blue ceiling framed by stately conifers and leafless hardwoods. This walking path which borders the west side of Canadice Lake takes you through part of the Hemlock-Canadice Lake State Forest and is about 4 miles in length from the parking area on the northern tip of Canadice Lake to the southern tip. The relatively flat path is an easy walk for most travelers and dogs are welcome but, must be kept on leash. On May 14, 2014, heavy rains that dumped up to

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