By nature, humans are foragers.
Frank Woolner wrote a book called “Grouse and Grouse Hunting” back in 1970.
Troutopia is a new sporting term that I recently coined.
Over the course of the past week, I have stumbled across two unique new experiences that have threatened many of my long held wildwood beliefs.
After a few months of skipping out on providing my regular weekly columns, I am finally back on track.
The Plattsburgh Renewal Project, in partnership with the Plattsburgh City School’s Health Education Advisory Committee, is hosting a six-week health program to boost healthy activity and city beautification through a walking tour of all six city wards.
The eight-episode online series, Curiously Adirondack, brings together the creative skills of two individuals — Josh Clement and Ed Kanze, which could be viewed on Mountain Lake PBS' website if given the proper funding.
One of the most memorable attractions headed to Plattsburgh for the Monster Truck and Motorcycle Thrill Show – “Night of Fire and Destruction” Saturday, Sunday July 25, 26 at the Clinton County Fairgrounds is Megasaurus – all 25 tons of him.
It occurred while I was on the way home after spending an afternoon at the base of a mind-numbingly, beautiful waterfall that is located halfway up the side of a small mountain in my backyard.
Twin Mercury 150 motors rumbled to life, and the 25 foot patrol boat slipped from its berth past millions of dollars worth of sail boats and cabin cruisers, out onto the big lake.
If foreign armies had advanced as deeply into the Adirondack Park as the current invasion of invasive plants has progressed, local citizens would be up in arms.
The Boquet River Association hosted the first annual Fish Fest Saturday the 28th in Elizabethtown.
Every now and then, in the Adirondacks the stars, and the moon and the sky line up in just the perfect manner to provide a perfect end to a perfect day.
The fly fishing competitions are over for this spring, the bass and pike fishing is underway and the summer sun is making the corn, beans, hay crop and pastures grow!
Irene may have torn up Essex County roads and some of the rivers, but even after all the flooding and destruction, the West Branch of the Ausable is still a haven for fly fishing.