Adirondack Fall Foliage 10.10.2012 and Wildlife

Adirondack Fall Foliage 10.10.2012 and Wildlife

The lovely fall foliage isn’t the only wonderful thing about autumn in the Adirondacks. The leaves left on the trees in the Adirondacks are mostly gold and brown these days. Naturally these colors coordinate perfectly with the evergreens whose ubiquitous needles...
Get the Winter Coats Out of Storage

Get the Winter Coats Out of Storage

As you can see in today’s featured photo of a recent visitor to HQ, deer in the Adirondacks are already preparing for winter. The mottled hair is a sign this deer is losing her reddish brown summer coat and has started growing her heavier gray winter attire....
The Case of the Missing Strawberries

The Case of the Missing Strawberries

Last spring, I didn’t mention the huge crop of wild strawberries I expected, or include the strawberry flowers in my spring flower collections, because I planned to do a flower-to-fruit-to-table blog post once the fruit was ripe.  Back in May at least one...
Lake Placid Fish Tales – The Doe That Got Away

Lake Placid Fish Tales – The Doe That Got Away

Due to certain climatological factors, this is a fun time of year to fish for rainbow and lake trout on Lake Placid, a large, deep freshwater lake in the Adirondacks Mountains of upstate New York. The ice is just out and the large rainbows and lakers are swimming...
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