October 2014 was a pleasant Fall month with warmer than normal temperatures, but with a few colder days giving us a hint of things to come.
The 2014 holiday season opens with a gala celebration sponsored by the Johnsburg Historical Society on Monday, Dec. 1.
It has been an interesting week in the Adirondacks, and fortunately, I spent a fair portion of it in camp.
An old dirt road once snaked its way through the woodland between North Hudson and Keene, unrolling through the Adirondack forest like a crooked streambed.
Wow! It has been three weeks since I have sat at my computer to try and send some Bakers Mills Info.
Recovering from a strange malady recently, I ambled up a wonderful new trail that every oldster with workable legs and a walking stick or two should try.
As a nation, we appear to be struggling as to which of two competing, yet often compelling, philosophies we will follow as we head into the future.
The month of November has finally arrived on the wall calendar. I should have seen it coming, but I prefer not to spend much time gauging the time.
Much has been written on the subject of smiling.
Although the Adirondack woodlands remain primarily brown and damp, the Big Game Hunting Season is now in full swing.
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to confront only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived” Henry David Thoreau
A few months ago I wrote about the impact that dams have on fish migration.
September 2014 was a very pleasant month with near normal temperatures and below normal rainfall.
Hunting season is here. Good luck great hunters.
The recent Columbus Day holiday weekend certainly brought out the crowds, as hikers too to the trails, and paddlers packed the ponds.