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Route 218 Hike & Bike in the Fall

Amy Lawless approaches High Point after a walk from the village on Route 218.
Amy Lawless approaches High Point after a walk from the village on Route 218.
The waters of the Hudson are still muddy from the floods of Tropical Storm Irene.
The waters of the Hudson are still muddy from the floods of Tropical Storm Irene.
Trustee Andrew Argenio climbed up to take down a banner.
Trustee Andrew Argenio climbed up to take down a banner.
After untying it, Argenio lowered the banner down.
After untying it, Argenio lowered the banner down.
The banner is laid out to see the lotus design and the letters BLT.
The banner is laid out to see the lotus design and the letters BLT.
Lotus banner
September 26, 2011

Jim Lawless walked up Route 218, which opened for the weekly Hike & Bike on Sunday.  He took these photos of the view and his wife as well as of village trustee Andrew Argenio who scaled a cliffside to remove a banner of a lotus that had been hanging on the mountainside for a couple of weeks.

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