From the perspective of this blog, it’s been a quiet autumn thus far. Only two trips of note – a … Continue reading A Move, and Some Mountains.
Ah, autumn in the Adirondacks! Homes are decorated for Halloween and the fall season. Stores put out their wares, enticing … Continue reading Late Autumn ADK.
Of all the new experiences during my visits to the Adirondacks in upstate New York, one of my favorite memories … Continue reading Loons of the ADK.
In the early 19th century, the region of upstate New York now known as Adirondack State Park was a remote … Continue reading An Adirondack Guide.
In winter, cold air moving across the Great Lakes can gather moisture. The moisture becomes trapped in low-hanging clouds. Winds … Continue reading Whiteout.
It’s the holiday season! With Thanksgiving weekend acting as the official kickoff to the holidays, houses are decorated for Christmas, … Continue reading Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.
Of all the times of the year to visit Adirondack State Park, autumn is one of the most special. A … Continue reading ADK Autumn.
The Erie Canal. It’s the second-longest canal in the world, running over 360 miles through the state of New York … Continue reading The Erie Canal.
Another month, and another journey to Adirondack State Park in upstate New York. While I have been to the Adirondacks … Continue reading Eagle Cliff.
Ice. Many people associate ice with its dangers in winter – accidents on ice-covered roads, falls on icy sidewalks, downed … Continue reading Ice.