Spring Birds & Peepers

Spring Peeper
An Afternoon and Evening of Exploring Around Little Tupper Lake and Round Lake A nice day to head out While our recent weather has been wet and raw, it had been warmer not long ago and on a d...
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23
May
2017
Author: Alan Belford
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Black Fly Challenge... Accepted!

 Editor's note: The annual Black Fly Challenge will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Not sure what the challenge is or why you would want to take it? Check out this fun blog written by on...
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16
May
2017
Author: Dan Cash
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Things to Do Along the Way

Memorial Day is right around the corner, and you know what that means... It's time for the Great Adirondack Garage Sale! With sales from Speculator to Inlet to Indian Lake to Long Lake (and.....
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09
May
2017
Author: RaChelle Hosley
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Playground Hopping

Have you been as stir crazy this year as I have been? It seemed like the cold weather just didn't want to let go. Well, now that the  snow is gone (and hopefully we won't see any more) all I...
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02
May
2017
Author: RaChelle Hosley
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Chasing Waterfalls

When I was younger, my mom and I would always go on different hikes throughout the summer. It had been a while since we had had this opportunity - you know how life is... I've gotten older an...
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25
Apr
2017
Author: Katie Stuart
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Interview with an Angler

Charlie Warfield Fishing
Trout season is open here in the Adirondacks, so I decided to sit down with an avid angler to talk about his love of fishing.   Charlie Warfield is an experienced fly fisherman that lives (...
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19
Apr
2017
Author: RaChelle Hosley
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Down on one knee in the 'dacks

What is romance? When some people think of romance, they immediately imagine the classics: candlelit dinner, fancy restaurant, picnic in the park... For romantic gifts, they revert back to th...
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11
Apr
2017
Author: Michelle Clement
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Whitewater adventure, my way

view of rafts on the Hudson river in summer, blue sky and trees
As a child I loved to read adventure stories. Climbing Everest, exploring remote jungles, and searching for the North Pole sounded very exciting. But as I grew up, reality intruded. I was on ...
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05
Apr
2017
Author: Pamela Merritt
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RaChelle's Law

In my house, Murphy's Law is not a thing. We refer to it as RaChelle's Law... if it can go wrong, it already has - or it will! This is the way my life goes in general, but especially over the...
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29
Mar
2017
Author: RaChelle Hosley
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Home is where the hog is

It's nearly impossible to miss: A few miles north of Speculator, right next to Route 30, there's a boulder painted to look like a pig's head. Affectionally known as "Pig Rock," the man-made l...
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15
Mar
2017
Author: Shaun Kittle
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