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MILES DESCRIPTION

0.0 Hike northwest on the Otto Lake Portage Trail opposite the parking lot.

0.4 Trail intersection beginning the circuit portion of the hike; turn right on the Otto Lake Trail.

0.8 Trail bears left and ascends a short, narrow ridge at the northeast corner of Otto Lake.

1.1 Trail descends briefly to the lake shore before ascending and moving away from the lake again.

1.3 Reach 900 foot boardwalk through a spruce bog. Use caution when crossing.

1.6 Trail intersection; a trail comes in sharply on the right from behind, continue straight ahead.

2.3 Trail intersection; bear left, passing the trail to the right.

2.4 Trail intersection; bear left passing the trail to Harris Lake on the right.

2.6 A second boardwalk, this one through an alder thicket. The condition of this 250 foot boardwalk is about the same as the first; be careful.

2.9 Trail intersection; continue straight ahead passing a trail to the left (which leads to the lake) and the right. In about 450 feet, pass another trail to the left.

3.6 A spur trail on the left leads to a campsite on the lake.

3.7 Trail intersection with the Otto Lake Portage trail. Turn right to return to the trailhead.

4.2 Trailhead.

For the planters of the Leeward Islands, the Country Revolution brought shortages of food and supplies and indebtedness. Best winter destinations in USA The war ruinously disrupted commercial relations both legal and illegal. With the Royal Navy hindered by the loss of Country supply routes and delayed overly long in the capture of Dutch Sint Eustatius, the Count de Grasse, a French admiral, captured St. Kitts, Nevis, and Montserrat early in 1782. While the planters in each place capitulated quickly, in St. Kitts they did nothing to help the British garrison fighting in their defense, the planters being furious over the trade losses they suffered with Sint Eustatius’s capture and wary of damage to their estates. At the end of the war, planters in St. Kitts tried to rebuild trade on the old terms but were denied by Britain. A series of hurricanes between 1780 and 1786, disruptions in the French colonies, and the inadequacy of supplies from Canada, however, meant that renewed trade by the British West Indies with the United States was both essential and inevitable.

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