After our delicious meal at the Chocolate Mill, (click here if you missed that post, you should go see it even if you've already read it, as I've updated it a little bit), it was time for the main event of the day: Lake George.
Here are some zany signs from around Lake George:
After quite a bit of walking around, we came across this sign, and we knew that we had to do it. (Well, by we I mean Suvir, Mattie and I, my mom was worrying as always and Charlie didn't want to go because he couldn't bring his phone.)
I actually am a little afraid of heights, but on a day like this I thought it would amazing to see all of the surrounding hills from above.
Of course, we couldn't parasail all day long, because something was waiting for us at home: the Sheldon Farms corn, which I blogged about earlier this week.
Our family has thought for years that Michigan has the best corn, but we have to admit, this corn is probably even better. It was so sweet that we were all eating it raw! This is the much celebrated Sheldon Farms Sweet Corn.
The corn was expertly cut off the cob by a Korin Suisin knife by the COO himself, Mr. Charlie Burd.
The corn, Heirloom tomatoes (which also came from Sheldon farms, were delicious) and basil mixture were tossed with an orecchiette pasta. Suvir finished the dish by grating fresh Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese on top. Molto Benne!