February 2022 Articles from this Issue Romancing the Park Lisa Bramen If snuggling with your sweetheart by a crackling fireplace after a day of cavorting in the snow sounds like just your... Read More Learning to Fly Annie Stoltie Larry Stone has attempted to retire five times. And now, at age 76, the New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) j... Read More When the NFL Summered in Saranac Lake Clayton Trutor For a handful of Augusts, Saranac Lake was the summer home of professional football in the Northeast. Between 1946 an... Read More The Trudeau Family Legacy in Saranac Lake Annie Stoltie He was dying. And after caring for his brother eight years earlier—comforting him until his last gasp—he knew how thi... Read More Ice-fishing’s a Way of Life for this Veteran Adirondack Guide Paul Greenberg Terry Watson is usually much more careful. But when the chance to skitter across frozen Copperas Pond in search of bi... Read More The Hidden Legacies of Slavery Amy Godine In 1778, Alexander Henry “the Elder,” a rich merchant in Montreal, found himself inconvenienced by a non-paying debto... Read More Could Wolves Repopulate the Adirondacks? David Lee Drotar After eradication in the Lower 48, wolves are now thriving in some Rocky Mountain states. The animals had disappeared... Read More On Newsstands Now December 2022 ’Tis the Season! Adirondack holiday traditions, plus wildlife photography, forest-inspired decor, late-season mountain biking trails, backwoods misadventures and more. Adirondack Life Magazine Subscribe Today! Latest Articles Photographer Pamela Underhill Karaz Captures the Wonders of Wildlife By Annie Stoltie Adirondack Made: Furniture Artisan Russ Gleaves By George Hanstein Wild Turkey: Dannemora’s Thanksgiving Tradition By Niki Kourofsky Butternut Squash and Leek Gratin By Adirondack Life Search Search for: Follow Us FollowFollowFollow Adirondack Life Store for calendars, apparel, maps and more!