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Canoe Island Lodge a favorite vacation spot for decades

Carla Busch Burhoe and her husband Tom take seats along the stone staircase that overlooks part of the Canoe Island Lodge in Diamond Point, Lake George. Carla's father, William C. Busch Jr., built the resort during the 1940s. It has been in family hands ever since. Jeff Wilkin photo
Carla Busch Burhoe and her husband Tom take seats along the stone staircase that overlooks part of the Canoe Island Lodge in Diamond Point, Lake George. Carla's father, William C. Busch Jr., built the resort during the 1940s. It has been in family hands ever since. Jeff Wilkin photo
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DIAMOND POINT — William C. Busch Jr. loved picnics. People who visited the Busch lodge in the Adirondack Mountains became part of Bill’s Thursday night supper club. Barbecue chicken, potato salad, baked beans and soft drinks were often on the menu. The tradition will continue this summer in Lake George. The water is warming at Canoe Island Lodge, the resort Busch built on the west side of the lake during the mid-1940s. Families on summer ...


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