I've always been fascinated with history and the environment, so in picking a topic for this week's blog post I immediately decided to focus on one of the most amazing things Newcomb has to offer - the Adirondack Interpretive Center. It's a nice day trip from Hamilton County or Schroon Lake or Lake Placid or the Lake Champlain Region... I guess you could say it's centrally located for most points
It's tradition: Scenic DrivingLong before cell phones and high-speed internet, back in the day when you couldn't google directions, my dad and I had a Sunday ritual. We would leave our camp on Hoffman Mountain, and "go for a drive." My dad would proclaim this statement like clockwork, let's "go for a drive" ... when I was younger it brought on the sighed reply of "okayyyy" - I couldn't act like I
It's no paradox: beer and pretzels do, indeed, pair well with happy hour.So, I happened to be driving down the Adirondack Northway (I-87) on a recent, very hot, Friday afternoon when it occured to me that a stop at Paradox Brewery was in order. It's right at the base of Exit 27, how very, very convenient! Now, I have been here before - and I've written about that experience - but it was late fall
The Schroon Lake Region events calendar has a few choice late summer events filling out the remainder of the season. On a weekly basis, some summertime favorites include arts, dancing and music.
DROP IN ON SOME ACOUSTICSOn Monday nights, stop on by the Boathouse Theater for some great acoustic music at the Monday Night Acoustic Music Jam. Many of our local favorites on the music scene gather at
By Kathryn Behuniak
My husband is always anxious to get out onto the water and paddle. For the last several years, I was focused on completing my quest to hike all 46 of the Adirondacks’ High Peaks. Now that I’ve met that goal, I’m ready to row! I’m not a complete newbie to paddling. We’ve owned recreational kayaks for over a decade. We’ve paddled many different ponds and areas in the Central