I was driving past the farm in Chazy thinking about a friend who passed away.
In a recent column detailing the history of Adirondack guides, I included a quote taken from an 1880’s era tourist guidebook.
Some folks start their day by watching “Good Morning America” or one of the other talk/news shows.
Jay Witham, gospel singer, is now cancer free and will be able to sing and preach again.
This is another in the series of Road Trip articles, bringing you the conservation message.
It was a gentle incline, not all that noticeable, but my shins were telling me a different story.
I spent most of the past weekend in Elizabethtown, in order to visit with family and friends, and to check out a few of the local rivers and streams.
It is great living in a small friendly community when someone stops by it could be for a chat, bringing a loaf of homemade bread, fresh maple syrup or meals on wheels.
March 2014 continued our string of “old fashioned Winter” months with snow and record cold.
I think spring may be arriving.
Our general understanding of parasites is that they are generally small organisms that infect specific animals or plants.
The annual sugaring season has finally arrived, and soon, frost heave season will be upon us.
I’m always yelping about buying local if possible, so when I found out about Mountain Hollow Game Calls, I knew I had to meet these guys.
It took a niece from Manhattan to notice a very rare visitor to our feeding roof (over the carport) one night recently.
More snow. This winter that is no surprise.