Nature & Environment
From the Archives
Arto Monaco and the Land of Makebelieve
In the early 1950s, at a bend in the Ausable River near the foot of Ebenezer Mountain, Arto Monac...
Valentino and Me
Foxlair photograph courtesy of the Johnsburg Historical Society. Rambova and Valentino photograph...
Miniature Golf in the Kingdom
Miniature golf is a magical experience for a surprisingly large number of people. A lot of luck i...
A Passionate Nature
HAROLD WESTON was born on February 14, 1894, in Merion, Pennsylvania, but his real life began—ac...
In the not-so-distant past, every hiker who sought to climb all 46 Adirondack High Peaks had to c...
The Roots of Rustic Style
Everyone can—and generally does—have their own idea of Adirondack style, making it a knotty conce...
What Really Happened at Moss Lake
Thomas Delaronde Tiohkwanóiron and his family were the last to leave Moss Lake in 1977. In the ea...
Whitehall’s Sasquatch Festival Is a Big, Hairy Deal
Whitehall is a natural spot for the event, because the area is a hotbed of reported Bigfoot activ...
Into the Storm: The Pleasure and Pain of Hiking Through Anything
When I hike in spring or fall, and even what might be considered summer in places other than the ...