Winter Sped Into Lake Placid and Brought a Snowy Treat

Winter Sped Into Lake Placid and Brought a Snowy Treat

It was tempting to practice some Lake Placid Hygge (pronounced hue-guh not hoo-gah) and stay tucked-in my cozy home yesterday. I didn’t, but I imagine I am not the only one who hustled to dig out of storage clothing appropriate for outdoor recreation in...
Adirondack Reflections

Adirondack Reflections

It has been a wonderful spring and early summer in the Adirondacks. By wonderful I mean sunny and warm, but a bit rainy. The perfect conditions for lush foliage and vibrant flowers. The cold nights thrown in to remind us where we live were icing on the cake. We are on...
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...
New Study Cites the Psychological Benefits of Wilderness

New Study Cites the Psychological Benefits of Wilderness

Honestly, this really is a totally, brand new study. I was delighted when I read the newly published article late last night; I could not believe my luck. The author of Psychology Science. The bottom line is: “Getting into the woods and away from the...
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