The Drastic Moods of Spring in the Adirondacks

The Drastic Moods of Spring in the Adirondacks

After a warm and almost hot road bike ride last week, I had to bundle up – just put a coat on, it’s all relative – to go outside this morning. Then, after a chilly weekend, Monday morning dawned 28 degrees and snowing, with an inch of snow on the ground at 2,200...
Book Review: Out Like a Lion, a mystery by Ann Melious

Book Review: Out Like a Lion, a mystery by Ann Melious

There is nothing like curling up with a good mystery book to help you through a bad winter in the Adirondacks. Lucky for me, Ann Melious chose this winter to publish her first book, “Out Like a Lion.” Forget rapid drops in temperature or moose during the rut. The most...
Adirondack Lifestyle Early Fall Foliage Report – 9.16.2012

Adirondack Lifestyle Early Fall Foliage Report – 9.16.2012

You can thank my mother-in-law, who lives in Arizona but hails from Pennsylvania, for this new seasonal  Adirondack Lifestyle feature: the Fall Foliage Cam.  Anne usually visits us in the Adirondacks this time of year so she can enjoy the changing leaves she so...
The Adirondacks and Energy of Place

The Adirondacks and Energy of Place

On one hand, I believe one can always find a piece of nature to enjoy, even in a large metropolitan area such as New York City. I’ve traveled enough for business to places I’d otherwise never visit and always manage to sniff out decent options for trail runs, bike...
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