Our night-time hike was hours past sunset, but our timing was perfect for a beautiful sunrise in the morning when we awoke. The Thomas Mountain cabin faces south, and views extend almost 180 degrees from east to west.
The autumn foliage had progressed noticeably since our last hike up Thomas Mountain less than three weeks ago. Yellow, oranges and reds are mixed in nicely with the still mostly green forest in this southeastern corner of the Adirondacks.
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