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A natural balance as winter arrives

January 5, 2013 Winter has arrived in the Adirondacks, in a classic style. It was ushered in by a fierce storm that swept across the region to deposit nearly two feet of fresh snow over a barren landscape. more »»

Looking into the past for natural cures

December 29, 2012 After spending the majority of my life in a region that was once considered the world’s foremost cure center, I’ve often wondered what constituted the basis of “the cure. more »»

Finding the right gear makes a big difference

December 22, 2012 I’m rather careful when it comes to purchasing outdoor equipment. It is not that I’m picky; I simply prefer good quality clothing and gear, as I believe most frequent travelers do. more »»

Adirondack icons continue to serve purpose

December 8, 2012 The development of the Adirondack lean-to is similar to the evolution of the Adirondack guideboat. more »»

Camp life transcends the take

December 1, 2012 As the sun sets on Sunday, Dec. 2, the regular big game hunting season will come to a conclusion across most of the northern zone wildlife management units. more »»

Harvest numbers down, but could turn quickly

November 24, 2012 With the exception of the uppermost elevations, the Adirondack woods have remained free of snowcover for nearly the entire big game hunting seaso. more »»

Remembering a friend on a familiar pond

November 17, 2012 Last week, I enjoyed a leisurely hike along the Jackrabbit Trail while traveling with Ed Kanze, a local guide and naturalist from Bloomingdale. more »»

The lone hunter of Lake Placid

November 10, 2012 Undoubtedly, the most rewarding aspect of producing a regular weekly newspaper column is the opportunity it provides for me to meet and interact with so many interesting peopl. more »»

Deer hold early advantage over big-game hunters

November 3, 2012 Fortunately, the Adirondack region was largely spared the brunt of Hurricane Sandy, which had been described as a superstorm. more »»

Finding the way not always a lost cause

October 27, 2012 Webster’s Dictionary defines lost as “unable to find the way. more »»

Expect the unexpected in the Adirondacks

October 20, 2012 Many have claimed the Adirondack region has no respect for seasons, and for good reason. more »»

Whatever you choose, keep doing it outdoors

October 13, 2012 In recent weeks, I have spent a lot of time reviewing national studies and industry research that details the popularity of a diverse range of popular outdoor recreation pursuits. more »»

Quality life found outdoors

October 6, 2012 A recent national survey conducted by OutdoorIndustry. more »»

State lands: Love them or leave them

September 29, 2012 Americans have always been adventurers, and adventure travel remains an indelible component of our national identity. more »»

Time to move forward with multi-use recreational trail

September 22, 2012 In recent days, the weather has turned toward autumn in a hurry, with a combination of heavy frost, driving rain and blustery skie. more »»

Hunting season approaches with autumn in the air

September 15, 2012 With the arrival of the first frost of the fall season, sportsmen’s attention has increasingly become focused on a traditional shift in the direction of Adirondack outdoor sporting endeavors. more »»

Self-nourishment in a remote wilderness

September 8, 2012 In recent weeks, I’ve devoted a lot of ink to exploring the benefits of outdoor travel and the concept of wilderness within the Adirondack Park. I have challenged readers and raised many questions. more »»

Signs of change as autumn closes in

September 1, 2012 Traditionally, Labor Day weekend signals the completion of the summer season in the Adirondacks. more »»

Wilderness, and those who travel there

August 25, 2012 Over the course of the past few weeks, I have been exploring the concept of wilderness in the Adirondack Park. more »»

Wilderness or not?

August 11, 2012 If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around to hear it, does the event constitute noise pollution in the wilderness? What about the blaring sound of a train whistle in the distance, or... more »»

 
 
 

 

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