Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Inlet resident, Amanda Miller, shares snapshot of hiking excursions with her pups


The great November thaw has arrived and the day is rainy and grey, what better time to share some picturesque snapshots of an Inlet resident’s frequent hiking excursions and walks about town with her two canine friends, Cornbread and Okra Fritter. Amanda Miller, who moved to the Adirondacks from Texas in 2002, owns and operates the Screamen Eagle restaurant in downtown Inlet alongside her husband, Matt. Amanda also works at the Old Forge and Inlet post offices on a part time basis and has two children, Lorelei who attends the Town of Webb UFSD in Old Forge and Alex who lives in Greenville, SC with his fiance, Hunter.

Amanda has gone on frequent (sometimes daily) nature walks with her pups by her side for the past several years as a means to unwind from the daily hustle and bustle which can be especially trying during the busy summer months.

“My pups are my best friends and being outside with them centers me,” Amanda said. “I love knowing I’m doing something positive for their health and mine.”

Click here to enjoy a video of this year’s Holiday Pet Parade, a fan-favorite event that is a component of Inlet’s Adirondack Christmas on Main Street.


See below for snapshots from just a few of Amanda’s most recent walkabouts this month:

Photo captured just as the first light was reaching Fourth Lake in Inlet. It was taken at 6 a.m. on November 9, and the weather was 23 degrees and mostly clear. Photo by Amanda Miller.

Going from fall to winter overnight on the morning of November 17. Photo by Amanda Miller.

Amanda Miller and Okra Fritter.

Pleasantly abstract frozen mud, captured on November 15. Photo by Amanda Miller.

Someone has spotted the duckies.

Okra Fritter, Amanda’s loving but fearful pup. Photo by Amanda Miller.

Fourth Lake sunset. Photo by Amanda Miller.

All photos by Amanda Miller.


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