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Growing up outdoors

June 9, 2012 As a youngster, I had always considered the month of June to be the finest month of all. June signaled the end of the school year and the beginning of summer. more »»

Nature brings it all back home

June 2, 2012 Last weekend, I received a phone call from a young lady who was looking for a local river to run with her new kayak. more »»

Meeting old friends for the first time

May 26, 2012 Last week, I had the unique opportunity to visit with some old friends who I hadn’t even met yet. The meeting occurred near a place that remains far away, but close to the heart. more »»

At rest in the lonesome wind

May 19, 2012 The lyrics of an old song were on my mind when I first discovered the small, nondescript stone monument hidden in the thick brush. more »»

Warm-weather season springs to life

May 5, 2012 Despite an abbreviated return of winter, spring has finally sprung across the entire spectrum, and green has again become the most dominant color on the landscape. more »»

Winter storms back as turkey season approaches

April 28, 2012 In a manner that typifies the contrary nature of the Adirondack region, a sudden burst of winter weather revisited the region just as the spring season was about to fully unfurl. more »»

Balancing wild lands and human intervention

April 21, 2012 As a rule, outdoor travelers don’t like rules. They often choose to travel in desolate areas simply because there are no rules, regulations or other such man-made limitations. more »»

Angling opportunities right in town

April 14, 2012 For anglers interested in seeking lake trout, spring is a time to find them on the shoals and in shallow waters. more »»

A mountain pond matter

April 7, 2012 We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home, in towns and cities. more »»

Angler’s dream: Ice-free lakes and ponds for opening day of trout season

March 31, 2012 Following a week of record-setting temperatures, spring has sprung onto the scene. more »»

Guides adjust, thrive in modern times

March 24, 2012 The stereotypical image of an Adirondack guide is that of a grizzled old woodsman dressed in woolies that are hitched up by a set of red suspenders and cuffed to permit a fair view of a pair of... more »»

Spring delights starting to surface early

March 17, 2012 It appears spring is well on its way to arriving in a timely fashion. Most of the traditional indicators appear to suggest the transition will be expedited this year. more »»

Ski festival provides late-season boost

March 10, 2012 Although spring is scheduled to arrive in less than two weeks, it appears winter is attempting to make a slow exi. more »»

One treasure that has never been found

March 3, 2012 Several weeks back, I published an article entitled “Lost and Found. more »»

Let’s just get on with spring

February 25, 2012 It appears that the “winter that wasn’t” may finally be coming to an end. Thank heaven. more »»

In search of winter alternatives

February 18, 2012 As the region sinks deeper into the depths of the winter that wasn’t, snowless conditions appear to have persisted far longer than anyone had expecte. more »»

Winter, from the inside out

February 11, 2012 While sitting in my small office on a chilly February morning, I weighed my options for the day. more »»

Lost and found in the woods and waterways

February 4, 2012 In the process of searching for an appropriate topic for this week’s column, an obvious subject came to mind. I immediately wrote it down before I forgot what it was. more »»

Wondering where the winter went

January 28, 2012 Traditionally, as the Adirondack region advances deep into the depths of winter, the days will grow longer, the mercury drops deeper, the ice grows thicker and the snow is piled higher. more »»

Backcountry skiing remains on hold

January 21, 2012 During last year’s ski season, I regularly enjoyed long and lazy ski tours along Scarface Mountain in Ray Brook. more »»

 
 

 

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