Interview with an Angler

Date: Apr 19, 2017
Tags: Adirondacks, Experience, Family Fun, Fishing, Gear, Outdoor Recreation, Spring, Summer
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 (...

Down on one knee in the 'dacks

Date: Apr 11, 2017
Tags: Adirondacks, Experience, Outdoor Recreation, Weddings
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...

Whitewater adventure, my way

Date: Apr 05, 2017
Tags: Adirondacks, Extreme, Family Fun, Outdoor Recreation, Whitewater Rafting
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 ...

RaChelle's Law

Date: Mar 29, 2017
Tags: Adirondacks, Birding, Dine, Experience, Family Fun, Outdoor Recreation, Spring, Whitewater Rafting
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...

Home is where the hog is

Date: Mar 15, 2017
Tags: Adirondacks, Attractions Entertainment, Family Fun, History
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...