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Submitted by Kim Andresen on Jun 30, 2016
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… on an 8+ Mile LakeIt’s a gorgeous late summer morning as we head out of the High Peaks toward the beautiful lower Adirondack tracts, specifically to Schroon Lake. One of my favorite spots to swim, I have never actually been out on Schroon by boat. I’m excited. This is an exploration expedition I am taking with my co-workers Kelly and Shaun. We live only an hour from Schroon Lake, but know very
Submitted by Jess Collier on Jun 24, 2016
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Walk through the campus of the Seagle Music Colony and you’ll be met with the beautiful strains of sopranos and baritones drifting across the summer air from all directions. There are myriad rehearsal spaces at this intense vocal training camp, a piano in nearly every nook and cranny, and the performers definitely make use of all of them. The Seagle Music Colony is the oldest summer vocal
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Jun 16, 2016
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It was like stepping into an old town straight out of the Wild West. I parked my shiny black steed in front of a sign that read "Gift Shop," but the general store is what I was after. My feet crunched on the dirt lot, and I could almost hear the sound of spurs jangling as I walked toward Gokey's Trading Post, located just off of Exit 29 on Interstate 87. Wrangling up an auctionI moseyed onto the
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Jun 13, 2016
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I'm an avid hiker who hasn't ridden a mountain bike in more than a year. Then I heard the Schroon Lake Region calling. Just off of Exit 29 on Interstate 87 is a network of beaten paths that lie just off the beaten path. The Town of North Hudson Multiple Use Trail System is a web of trails that are perfect for walking, running, and mountain biking, especially if the latter isn't your forte.
Submitted by Kim Rielly on Jun 06, 2016
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This past spring, my husband and I rode our motorcycles down and back up the Blue Ridge Parkway — in its entirety — as part of our trip to visit my mother in Hilton Head, S.C. It was early in the season, and we had the 400-mile scenic highway almost entirely to ourselves. Now that warm weather has arrived, we frequent the Adirondack’s own Blue Ridge Road during our recreational travels on two
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