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The Last 8.

Laying half in the trunk of my car I stare out the back window at the stars illuminating the sky, beautiful. The big dipper perfectly nestled in-between trees, I try and sleep but the thought of missing something so pure and relaxing keeps me awake for another half hour. 1,284 more words

Then and Now

Just for curiosity sake, I figured I would compare. Picture on the left is from Ragnar last September. Picture on the right is from a week ago or so. 85 more words


Spring Song

Lets’s face it, spring can be a difficult time of year in the Adirondacks.

Mud makes our hiking uncomfortable, mosquitoes are out and blackflies are getting started. 120 more words


“Adirondack Summer”

Day 3 is here! Only 97 more to go!! Oh my does that seem like a huge number!! We’ll just take it one day at a time…. 272 more words


ARC Review: Wicked River by Jenny Milchman

aka This some white people mess…

Six million acres of Adirondack forest separate Natalie and Doug Larson from civilization. For the newlyweds, an isolated, back country honeymoon seems ideal: a chance to start their lives together with an adventure, on their own.

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Poem: Jephthah's Daughter: Two

before the mountains were raised
cutting stone

sugar mountain
Adirondack mountain haircut

cold spring rain
delivered from the Egypt of mother
supped on clover flowers… 86 more words


Enjoying the winter that remains

Although the bright March sun is waking up the trees and sucking up the backcountry snow, there is still plenty of winter in the mountains. 276 more words