Over the course of the past week, I have stumbled across two unique new experiences that have threatened many of my long held wildwood beliefs.
What a busy week end for the North Creek Area. Wayne Stock Vll was a great success at the Pavilion, There were a lot of authors for the book signing, many flea markets and garage sales plus Race the Train.
The tremendous capacity of our senses to discriminate what’s going on around us is not often something we take the time to think about.
Here’s an up and coming sure thing profession of the future in the Adirondacks: tree surgeon/remover of dead trees/cutter upper of same.
After a few months of skipping out on providing my regular weekly columns, I am finally back on track.
As the first woman and youngest person elected to the Clinton County Legislature, I served ten years, including two years as Chairperson.
Wow! Another crazy week with the weather.
June 2014 was a typical late Spring-early Summer month with normal temperatures and slightly above normal rainfall, which was mostly concentrated in only 3 days in the middle of the month.
The September 2014 Johnsburg Historical Society exhibit at Widlund Gallery, Tannery Pond Community Center will consist of items loaned by residents of the Town of Johnsburg.
Is it just me, or do others have difficulty understanding some television commercials?
Hope everyone had a great Independence Day.
It occurred while I was on the way home after spending an afternoon at the base of a mind-numbingly, beautiful waterfall that is located halfway up the side of a small mountain in my backyard.
It is now possible for a child to have three parents: One parent, a male, contributing half of a full nuclear genome via a sperm by means of in vitro fertilization, the second parent, a female, contributing the other half of a full nuclear genome using just the cell nucleus from one of her egg cells
If foreign armies had advanced as deeply into the Adirondack Park as the current invasion of invasive plants has progressed, local citizens would be up in arms.
The Boquet River Association hosted the first annual Fish Fest Saturday the 28th in Elizabethtown.