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Kunjamuk Cave

A Break in the Weather After what seemed like weeks and weeks of non-stop rain, we finally got some much needed sunshine in the Adirondacks. So, I grabbed my friend Steven and his dog Theo and we...

Things to Do Along the Way

09May2017
Author:RaChelle Hosley
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...

Home is where the hog is

15Mar2017
Author:Shaun Kittle
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. Affectionately known as "Pig Rock," the man-made landmark...

Got Cabin Fever?

08Mar2017
Author:RaChelle Hosley
Spring fever... cabin fever... Call it what you will — I'm feeling it! We've had a fantastic winter season, but lately we've had a lot of warm temperatures and rain, usually followed by plummeting...

2016 Most Popular Blogs

2016 Top 3 Blogs In Review We scoured our blogs for the most popular, most informative, and just downright funniest pieces from the past year. In case you missed them when they were originally...

Give the Adirondacks

Christmas is just around the corner, and while we sit here and cross our fingers, pray and do snow dances in hopes of a good winter, it's never too early to think about summer. Maybe your family is...

Jasper Day Trail

31Oct2016
Author:RaChelle Hosley
Inlet is a small town in New York, populated by just over 300 year-round residents. It is situated in the western Adirondacks not far from Old Forge. Although it is a small town, it is one with lots...

Nine Adirondack Fall Outings

If you're looking for fall foliage you'll find it in the central Adirondacks, but did you know there's more than one way to see nature's most vibrant display of the year? Check out this list of our...

A day of fire tower past

09Jun2016
Author:Spencer Morrissey
Corenne and I have this unique quest to climb all the fire tower peaks in the Adirondacks, even if the fire tower has been removed. This brought us to the Piseco area, on a trek that would gain us...

Farming in the Adirondacks

04May2016
Author:RaChelle Hosley
Farming As a Means of Survival The Central Adirondack region has traditionally not been known as  farm country. Between the weather, the short seasons, and the terrain, it has always been a less than...

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