Over the past several years, my wife and I have taken numerous trips to the Adirondacks in upstate New York. … Continue reading History Along the Hudson.
It has been two weeks since our epic road trip across northern New England. In the two weeks since touring … Continue reading A Walk, A Wash, A Wedding.
Six states and slightly more than 14 million people, all crammed into a space barely larger than Washington state. Maine, … Continue reading Destination: New England.
A historic farm. A riverside park. Seals. A small zoo. And a favorite seaside destination. Whereas some posts involve careful, … Continue reading March Miscellany.
In winter, cold air moving across the Great Lakes can gather moisture. The moisture becomes trapped in low-hanging clouds. Winds … Continue reading Whiteout.
Two thousand, six hundred, and sixty five miles. That’s like driving from Los Angeles to Cleveland. Or from Salt Lake … Continue reading The Midwest Grand Tour.
Happy New Year! As I do at the beginning of each January, I want to take a timeout from new … Continue reading The Year in Review – 2021
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.
From the earliest days of the American colonies, citizens would band together in times of war. The concept of an … Continue reading Citizen Soldier.
Of all the times of the year to visit Adirondack State Park, autumn is one of the most special. A … Continue reading ADK Autumn.