Years ago, at this time of month, our family would vacation in the Adirondack Mountains. The temperatures there were usually cooler than in southeast Queens. We looked forward to getting up early, eating a hearty breakfast, putting on a sweater or two (knowing it was 100 degrees back home!), and heading out on some hiking trail.
The air was heavy with the wonderful woodsy aromas of pine and earth that kept luring us back, year after year. We
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