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LaBastille’s cabin will go to Adirondack Museum

July 28, 2014

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Jane McGraw and Hilary McDonnell of the Adirondack Museum announced at the museum’s Wilderness Elegance Benefit Gala Saturday night that the museum will receive Anne LaBastille’......

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Aug-02-14 5:00 PM

There is no "Black Bear Lake," as Joe would know since he says he was Labastille's friend. It is Twichell Lake in Herkimer County where she lived briefly when she wrote the first Woodswoman book. She also owned a condo at Lake George and a farm in Wadhams at one time.

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