50th Anniversary Issue 2019 Articles in this Issue The Sweet Spot Lisa Bramen I drove for nearly an hour on quiet roads through the northernmost part of the Adirondack Park. T-shirt shops and twi... Read More A Blue Lining Bill McKibben It is, of course, difficult to predict the future. But since I have a half-decent track record, let me offer an Adiro... Read More Crossing the Border Joe Connelly In early May of 2001, my wife and I packed up our 10th-floor apartment in Manhattan, loaded the kids in the car with ... Read More A Who’s Who of Adirondack Hermits Niki Kourofsky In 1852, a group of surveyors surprised an old man living in a crude shelter near Herkimer County’s Ice Cave Mountain... Read More Following a Thread Elizabeth Folwell This time at Cold River—the last time—his touch was light as pollen, no snapped twigs or bootprints on the familiar t... Read More Sensory Fieldwork Christopher Shaw M y friend Adam Welz, a South African naturalist and journalist, identified fish crows flying around an island in mi... Read More By the Numbers Paul Greenberg On a hot, oppressive day in the summer of 1988, an ecologist’s Chesapeake Bay retriever named Muddy made off with my ... Read More On Newsstands Now At Home in the Adirondacks 2022 Celebrating Adirondack style—the roots of rustic design, how to decorate your camp or cabin, inside an iconic lodge and a vintage lakeside community, plus wild landscaping, regional craftsmen and more! Adirondack Life Magazine Subscribe Today! Latest Articles The Roots of Rustic Style By Niki Kourofsky What Really Happened at Moss Lake By Adam Federman Whitehall’s Sasquatch Festival Is a Big, Hairy Deal By Dan Higgins Into the Storm: The Pleasure and Pain of Hiking Through Anything By Shir Filler Search Search for: Follow Us FollowFollowFollow Adirondack Life Store for calendars, apparel, maps and more!