Date: December 26. 2017 Contact: Karen Soltau, Chairperson email@example.com Cranberry Lake, NY 12927 (315) 848-2937 Cranberry Lake Volunteer Fire Department First Strike Ice Fishing Derby Sponsored by the Cranberry Lake Vol. Fire Department the 2018 “First Strike” Cranberry Lake Ice
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State seeks comments on bicycle access in Adirondacks – Times Union “New York state regulators are seeking public comments on a plan to expand mountain biking in the central Adirondacks.” tags: cl Watertown Daily Times | Adirondack Museum has cure
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This weekend in the Adirondacks | NCPR News “We’ve had a great summer of weekends with pleasant weather, but the season is winding down. This week saw some summit daytime temperatures falling into the 30s, a reminder that winter is
This “High Line of the Forest” gives visitors a majestic view of the Adirondacks “Thousands of visitors to New York’s High Line have discovered that to be true since the wildly popular elevated park first opened in 2009. And now, the
Spring Boat Dewinterization Checklist “Your spring prep is directly related to the comprehensive winterizing of your engine and boat systems. Basically the more you do or have done for winter layup the better your chances in reducing “Sit-itis.” This is
The weather was warm this weekend, so my wife and I snuck up to the lake to see how the camp survived the winter. With the exception of the large and ancient wooden dock, everything made it though just fine.
This weekend in the Adirondacks | NCPR News ” Late winter conditions remain at higher elevations and trails everywhere in the Central Adirondacks remain very icy, especially after this week’s return to winter weather. Traction devices are highly recommended.” tags:
Cranberry Lake, New York Hardiness Zones tags: cl USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map “The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.
Trading Post Opens At Pine Cone Grill In Wanakena – – The Adirondack Almanack “The Trading Post at the Pine Cone Grill opened this winter to fill the gap created by the closing of the Wanakena General Store, which sold
Fire & Ice Festival | Tupper Lake, Adirondacks “Built around the popular Fire & Ice Golf Tournament, the Fire & Ice Festival is a spectacular showcase of all things fun about winter in the Adirondacks. As the event schedule continues to grow each year
In the Adirondacks, a Winter Trek Into the Gilded Age – The New York Times “For those willing to make a five-mile trek on snowshoes or cross-country skis, a historic winter wonderland can be found deep in the Adirondack woods.”
The Adirondacks: new mountains, really old rocks | NCPR News “The Adirondacks may be “new,” but the rock is a billion years old, pushed up through the newer rock of the Champlain region. Mixed in, the remains of even older