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Submitted by Spencer Morrissey on May 22, 2016
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First it was private, then it was purchased by The Nature Conservancy, and now it’s owned by New York state. That’s the history, in a compressed fashion, of the Essex Chain Lakes. About 8 years back, while the land was still in the hands of TNC, I was invited to take a tour of the lakes themselves. Of course I made every possible effort to go, but this time the destination was a bit different and
Submitted by Sue Cameron on May 17, 2016
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There's always something going on in Schroon Lake, but in the summer the arts come to the forefront. The region is filled with artistic talent in a wide range of media, especially music, which is one of the cornerstones of the Schroon Lake Region both historically and today. Music, music, and more musicThe Seagle Music Colony is the oldest summer music school in America, and the talent on display
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on May 05, 2016
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In the Adirondacks, the past and present are intertwined. The remnants of old logging camps peek out from under decaying leaves, which provide nutrients for new forest growth. Old buildings lean alongside our winding roads, while the tools used to build them are on display in state-of-the-art museums here. The wilderness itself boasts a varied landscape where the past and present collide with
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Apr 29, 2016
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A bison herd is a peculiar site in the eastern United States, but in the Adirondacks anything is possible. Take Exit 29 off of Interstate 87 and drive west, toward Newcomb, for about 4 miles. Just after the Branch River leaves your side, the evergreen-laden forest opens to reveal about 40 bison in a large pasture — that's the Adirondack Buffalo Company's herd. Two hundred years ago, it wasn't
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Apr 22, 2016
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To me, summer means long treks into the backcountry. As any serious outdoors adventurer can attest, there isn't a single "correct" way to do that, although there are some guidelines worth adhering to. Those aside, outdoor exploration is a realm of self-sufficiency, an endeavor where tricks are acquired through conversation and experience. Long days outside means there's no easy way to get food
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