Swans on the Green at Paul Smiths, Adirondacks

These “Swans” out on the green are actually decoys or false swans used to try to keep the Canadian Geese away. There were dozens of Canadian Geese around this site, so I do not think it worked. We are at the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association meet at Paul Smith’s College in the Northern Adirondacks. This is the shoreline of Lower Saint Regis lake and the lovely building is the student union with a tall tower in the center that used to be the elevator of the original Paul Smiths Hotel from the turn of the last century.


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