According to a Proposed Rule document recently issued by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the known status of the eastern puma within its historical range is extinct.
The Johnsburg Historical Society is proud to be a contributor to the Tannery Pond Community Center presentation of “Irish Influence in the Adirondacks,” a weekend-long celebration of local Irish heritage.
In a previous column I wrote about some research with a very small worm, Caenorhabditis elegans, which has proven extremely valuable in helping us discover some of the intricacies in the development and physiology of higher organisms.
It’s summer. Some of us pay attention to the solstice. Others don’t. I didn’t stare at the western sky and my watch to see if it really was the longest day of the year.
Once again the USA Fly Fishing Competition came to Lake Placid. Some of the top fly fishing guys from around the country, gathered to test their skills and try their luck on the West Branch of the Ausable and Mirror Lake.
Nearly 5,000 years ago, a pair of ancient anglers waded out into the frigid waters of the Baltic Sea.
The grass is growing taller and the Trees are getting greener with all the rain we are getting.
I’m not very smart and have few original ideas.
Have you ever heard the phrase, “I’m all in but my shoe laces?”
“You’ve got to bring the 2 lines through the loop twice, then spit on it and draw the lines tight”, I said as we sat in room 19 of the Mountain Brook Motel in Wilmington NY”.
In the current age, where everyone has instant access to everything in a moment with the simple push of a button; it’s nice to know there are still a few places left that require more of an effort.
Hard to believe we are already into June. Once we arrive at “Summer” time really will fly even faster.
Lots of motorcycles are looking forward to the events coming to Lake George.
Funny thing—when I ask people if they would like to walk a trail in a certain swamp, most of them have something else to do
Our house along the Saranac is full of memories.