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Northville-Placid Trail rerouted

September 5, 2009 WAKELY DAM — A nearly eight-mile section of the Northville-Placid Trail in Hamilton County has been rerouted and will allow hikers to walk on a dirt trail through stretches of virgin forest in the... more »»

It’s time for seasonal adjustments

August 29, 2009 As the summer season begins to wind down, outdoor travelers are scurrying to pack in one last adventure prior to the crowded Labor Day weekend. more »»

Trains, drains and a complete lack of brains

August 22, 2009 The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society recently met with the North Elba Town Board. more »»

Summertime is dwindling, enjoy it while it lasts

August 15, 2009 Despite a week that featured a pleasant mix of sun, clouds and just a bit of rain, diminishing evening temperatures betray the fact that summer season is winding dow. more »»

Summer days are dwindling away

August 8, 2009 Wet weather has plagued the summer season with a steady series of passing thunderstorms that delivered torrential downpours and dangerous lightning for most of July. more »»

Learn to read Nature’s signs that bad weather is coming

August 1, 2009 I recently experienced an excellent example of how far removed modern society has become from understanding nature’s processes.  It happened while we were fishing the St. more »»

Weird scenes inside the Blue Line

July 25, 2009 It’s been an interesting week in the Adirondack woods and on it’s waters. The regular rains have finally relented and the sun was actually evident in the sky for more than three days in a row. more »»

Pushing the limits of endurance in the outdoors

July 11, 2009 Some people like a challenge and some like to challenge themselves. Over the years, the Adirondacks have attracted both breeds. more »»

Wet weather continues to plague the summer season

July 3, 2009 To date, the summer of ’09 has featured a series of unsettled weather systems that have delivered thunderstorms, high winds, heavy downpours and in some cases, serious hail. more »»

Wet weather welcomes the summer season

June 27, 2009 Recent weather patterns have been quite predictable. As the first horse trailers made their way through the Cascade Lakes, large dark clouds gathere. more »»

A birthday adventure; new law targets boaters, paddlers

June 12, 2009 I received a recent email with a photo of a young man pulling on the oars of a small guideboat. He was celebrating his 8th birthday by taking an adventure up the Hudson River. more »»

Strange weather, but not unusual; let the children play

June 6, 2009 It was another interesting week of weather across the North Country. It began on Sunday afternoon, as falling temperatures and dark clouds rolled in over the mountains. more »»

Wildflowers are blooming, blackflies are buzzing

May 30, 2009 The freshness of lilacs again scents the mountain air as wildflowers continue to bloom and blackflies to buz. more »»

Weather appears on the rebound; 30 years in the woods

May 23, 2009 Following a week that saw evening temperatures dropping into the 20’s, the weather appears to have rebounded quite nicely for the upcoming weekend. more »»

Tough trout and even tougher weather

May 16, 2009 I’ve recently returned from an extended weekend in the woods which offered every conceivable type of weather available in the park. Spring weather certainly offers variety. more »»

It’s an exciting time to be in the Great North Woods

May 9, 2009 It certainly is an exciting time to be in the Great North Woods; with a whirlwind of opportunity, ranging from rafting the mighty Hudson River, squirt boating swollen creeks, hunting turkey, angling... more »»

Bugs, birds, brookies and kids in the woods

May 2, 2009 The recent warm weather has accelerated the advance of spring and despite a dose of high winds and intermittent rain showers, the season has been quite pleasant to dat. more »»

Forest junkies

April 25, 2009 On a recent walk along the banks of Ray Brook, I was stunned to find trees scattered in all directions. more »»

Spring arrives in the Adirondacks

April 20, 2009 Warm weather has finally arrived in the Adirondacks and with it, the spring. Finally, peepers are sounding from the bogs and kingfishers are chattering along the stream. more »»

The life and times of an old angling companion

April 11, 2009 I forget where to attribute the above quotation; but it is the best phrase I can find to sum up the life and times of an old angling companion. more »»

 
 

 

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