As a Lake George Winter Carnival first-timer, I learned a lot about all that the carnival has to offer for kids and adults alike. Check out the 8 things I learned at the Winter Carnival, from winter fashion to life lessons, and everything in-between.
1. There are three types of winter gear:
First, there’s the hardcore snowmobiling gear that makes you look like you’re ready to take on Jack Frost himself, like this rad couple.
Then there’s the super-hip gear that may not hold up in the coldest of weather, but keeps you looking like the coolest kids at the carnival.
Third, there’s the folks who manage to mix both form and function, like this mom & daughter duo who managed to meld form and function with legwarmers, a colorful jacket, and cute headgear.
I mean, it’s cloudy, freezing, and you’re landing on ice! Not to mention that he jumped from a helicopter.
Riding a pony is probably one of the best kids’ experiences you can get. First, you’re taller than you’ve ever been. Second, you get to bond with a friendly, loving animal.