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Rolling State Parc (sic) in the Adirondacks


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I am due to meet a French Canadian friend in the Adirondacks. They provided a name of the camping grounds / park put I cannot successfully Google it.

 

Their English is a bit weak, so I believe that the spelling / name got garbled in the email translation that they sent to me. Here are two sentences from their email. Can any of my Adirondacks buddies recognize this location? Any assistance would be appreciated:

 

I'm going camping to Rolling park State Parc for the first week of september 1-2-3-4.

 

Rolling park is close to White face mountain in the Adirondake also close to Lake placid.

It's in New-York state.

 

Does this description make sense to anyone, different spelling perhaps?

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"(sic)" is a grammatical tool. Here is a definition from Wikipedia

 

Sic is a Latin word meaning "thus", "so", or "just as that". In writing, it is italicized and placed within square brackets — [sic] — to indicate that an incorrect or unusual spelling, phrase, or other preceding quoted material is a verbatim reproduction of the quoted original and is not a transcription error

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