Of all the times of the year to visit Adirondack State Park, autumn is one of the most special. A … Continue reading ADK Autumn.
After an action-packed and fun-filled start to my birthday road trip, what else did my wife have planned? We had … Continue reading Classic Road Trip.
Ice. Many people associate ice with its dangers in winter – accidents on ice-covered roads, falls on icy sidewalks, downed … Continue reading Ice.
The dead of winter. Temperatures drop below freezing. Snow falls day after day. A bitter wind blows, making it feel … Continue reading An Adirondack Winter.
Newburgh. New Paltz. Saugerties. Cairo. Albany. Schenectady. Herkimer. Utica. Barneveld. Forestport. Otter Lake. Old Forge. The cities and towns along … Continue reading Back to the Adirondacks Back to Back.
Working from home. For some, it has become the “new normal” of life during the global pandemic. With many offices … Continue reading Into the Woods.
Adirondack State Park. Established in 1885, this mountainous wilderness of 6.1 million acres is home to over 10,000 lakes, tens … Continue reading Adirondack Ambling.
In October of 1777, General George Washington’s Continental Army was beaten and demoralized after losing control of Philadelphia and failing … Continue reading Home(s) for the Holidays
By the summer of 1777, the British armies in North America were looking to fight a decisive battle to isolate … Continue reading Saratoga.
“…the puck is still loose… eleven seconds… you’ve got ten seconds… Morrow, up to Silk… five seconds left in the … Continue reading Do You Believe in Miracles?