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Submitted by Kelly Kennedy on Mar 17, 2015
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Cabin Fever Therapy:“One therapy for cabin fever may be as simple as getting out and interacting with nature. Research has demonstrated that even brief interactions with nature can promote improved cognitive functioning and overall well-being.” - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I was searching for remedies to cabin fever and the common results from my online searches were: change your
Submitted by Kelly Kennedy on Mar 09, 2015
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1. Sleep-easy at this old-time speakeasyFalse walls, hidden closets, a secret hallway, and a bar with a one-of-a-kind New York history are just a few of the special features you will find at the Silver Spruce Bed & Breakfast. This cool post-and-beam home dating back to the 1790s was reinvented in the 1920s for the prohibition era. The past owner, Sally Miller Smith spared no expense, topping
Submitted by Spencer Morrissey on Mar 09, 2015
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Five Select Trails in the Schroon Lake RegionWinter shouldn’t be a reason to not bring your four-legged buddy hiking with you, so why not bring them up with you next time you visit the Schroon Lake Region? There are tons of trails that are perfect for both of you, the only problem is choosing which one. Here are 5 short-and-sweet destinations that would make a good start. Crane PondThis hike
Submitted by Jess Collier on Mar 02, 2015
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We already know that Schroon Lake is known as a “summer haven for culture,” and music is a huge part of that. The musical styles that are popular here are at opposite ends of the spectrum, but they’re still both very Adirondack. From opera and musical theaterSeagle Music Colony grooms young artists for opera and musical theater. It’s the oldest summer vocal training program in the U.S.,
Submitted by Jess Collier on Feb 23, 2015
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After the 2013 film “12 Years a Slave,” which won the Academy Award for that year’s best picture, most people are familiar with the story of Solomon Northrup, a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841. It’s not as widely known, however, that Solomon was a son of the Adirondacks. He was born in the tiny town of Minerva to a father who was a freed slave and a mother who was
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