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Outdoor ethics, even when no one is watching

May 28, 2011 There is always room for improvement in our personal outdoor behavior. Ethics are principles we apply to such behavior, even when we know nobody is watching. more »»

Spring brings new life to the woods

May 14, 2011 By all indications, it appears the spring season has finally settled in across the North Country. more »»

Water: The great unifier

May 7, 2011 For most of the past week, the region has experienced serious issues with flooding and high-water conditions. Roads and bridges were washed out, homes and camps flooded and dams were jeopardized. more »»

Still waiting for that first whiff of spring

April 30, 2011 I am pleased to report ice-out has finally occurred. The ponds opened up last weekend. However, there are a number of local lakes that remain socked in, including many of the upper-elevation ponds. more »»

Not that much has changed in the last century

April 23, 2011 As I wait with increasing impatience for winter’s hardtop to lift from the local lakes and ponds, I’ve decided to drift through the dusty, musty recesses of a box of old books. more »»

Seasons blend with snow and sap

April 9, 2011 As I work on this week’s column, snow continues to fall outside of my windows. I can’t complain; it sure beats the rain. more »»

Not quite ready to exchange ski poles for fishing poles

April 2, 2011 Outside the window, there are big, fat snowflakes floating like goosedown in the cold morning air. more »»

Old-timers possess centuries of wisdom

March 26, 2011 When Adirondack ponds finally shed winter’s hard cap, it will be the beginning of my 33rd season guiding guests on local streams and other faraway waters. more »»

Guides make annual pilgrimage to Lake Placid

March 19, 2011 It has been nearly 30 years since the first gathering of Adirondack guides was hosted in the spring of 1982. The inaugural event was held at the old Lake Placid Club Resort. more »»

Spring’s shuffle stunned by winter’s wrath

March 12, 2011 In a typical year, the local snowpack would already be deteriorated. more »»

The lighter side of the outdoors

March 5, 2011 A few weeks ago, I penned a column titled “Code of the Woods” that was intended to offer a humorous perspective on camping and backwoods etiquette. Some readers understood and some didn’t. more »»

Handmade and homegrown: It’s only natural

February 26, 2011 I have always had an affinity for locally produced products made with natural materials. more »»

Code of the woods has changed over the years

February 19, 2011 Similar to the code of the West, there was once a code of the woods. It was an unwritten set of common sense practices and values that were respected by woodsmen, hunters, anglers and hikers alike. more »»

Hug a tree, just for health of it

February 12, 2011 I try to enjoy winter as much as any area resident and I usually can’t wait to get out to ski or skate, sled or slide. more »»

Fish tales recalled through the snowy, white haze

February 5, 2011 After another snowstorm ravaged the region, anglers who are dreaming of an early ice-out have sunk deeper into the dreary depths of an interminable winter. I know their kin. more »»

Thick ice, deep snow and not a thaw in sight

January 29, 2011 Cold and blustery winter weather continues to wrap the region in a heavy blanket of snow, while solid ice has secured a thick cover over area lakes. more »»

Back to the big chill in ‘Nation’s Icebox’

January 22, 2011 Following a bone-chilling weekend that was ushered in by a heavy snowfall, it appears the winter season is at full throttle. more »»

Conditions improve with new snow

January 15, 2011 Snow continues to fall across portions of the North Country, where accumulations have previously been rather meager this seaso. more »»

Snowpack low, visibility high after warm spell

January 8, 2011 Steady rains and soaring temperatures that ushered in the New Year served to erase most of the region’s snowpack. more »»

Fishing, skiing good after white Christmas

January 1, 2011 A cold, white Christmas storm decked the boughs with nearly a foot of fresh powder across the Adirondacks, and the snow and cold has continued to hold sway over the region, with accumulated deposits... more »»

 
 
 

 

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