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Dedication Page

America's Historic Lakes
The Lake Champlain and Lake George Historical Site

is gratefully dedicated to my wife...
 Lynn Millard.

For years now, Lynn has been at my side while I made countless trips up and down the lakes. She has supported me through cases of film, cameras and memory cards (and the money we never had to purchase them). 

She has been with me at virtually every place included in the site. She has trekked the wooded trails of Mt. Independence (and suffered the mosquitoes of summer), she has braved the history cruises without complaint on gray, dark days when she knew the photos would be one frame after another of green shoreline, indistinguishable from any other.

She has parted with me for hours on end, while I put the site together, page after page, upload after upload, day after day.

She has kindly, oh so kindly, offered suggestions about how I could make that last page look just a little better than I had it.

She has watched as I purchased one local history title after another, gradually taking over shelf after shelf on the living room bookcase. When I couldn't bring myself to purchase it, it would always show up- Lynn would buy it for me.

She has given of herself to me. Helping me keep my balance, reminding me that there are other things more important... much more important than this web site.

It is to this woman, my loving and much loved wife Lynn, that I gratefully dedicate this labor of love... America's Historic Lakes- The Lake Champlain and Lake George Historical Site.



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