Blog Entries in July 2016

Submitted by Kim Rielly on Jul 19, 2016
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The softer side of runningI like to trail run. Why? It’s not like running on a hard, paved road. Generally, trails are softer terrain comprised of packed dirt or grass or other natural surface. It’s a great way to get some exercise while completely immersing myself in the gorgeous landscape that I call home; listening to the birds and witnessing the seasonal changes to the Adirondack flora. Or,
Submitted by Shaun Kittle on Jul 07, 2016
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If you're into fishing, the name says it all: Schroon Lake. The region is located just south of the Adirondack High Peaks, an area typified by jagged mountains and rugged, tumbling brooks. But while Schroon Lake has its share of rivers, including the mighty Hudson, it's also dotted with a seemingly endless amount of waterbodies. To a fishing layman like myself, it might seem like streams and
Submitted by Kim Andresen on Jul 05, 2016
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Where should we eat?What's for dinner? In my family, that's probably one of the most repeated phrases I hear, running in close competition with: "What's for lunch?" and "Can we eat now?" Really. We love to eat out, try new places and new dishes, and visit old favorites. When hitting Schroon Lake, it's always a debate on where we'll dine. It honestly depends on who I have in tow, what outdoor
Submitted by Dan Cash on Jul 05, 2016
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“Hey honey, the forecast says severe thunderstorms this evening. What do you want to do?” “Let’s go to Schroon Lake for dinner and ice cream.” “Sounds good!” This may not be how normal Friday conversations go in your house, but that’s often how things work around ours. With three kids in tow, we’ve learned that there will always be reasons to not go on an adventure. Sometimes you just have to