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There aren't many places that have groomed cross-country ski trails, not to mention ones that are free, extremely well cared for, dog friendly, and best of all, only a short drive from the center of...
When you ask anyone in the Scotti family what their favorite Blue Jay story is they'll take a thoughtful pause, run through their reels of many memories, and then smile and say, "There's just so many...
My chocolate lab Gilly is the best hiking buddy I can ask for. He pushes me to get outside and to keep climbing, he's always up for anything, he makes me smile and laugh while we're on the trail, and...
If there's a glimmer of open water on the lake, then chances are you'll find Anne Fleck out there paddling. She's an Adirondack Badass Woman who won't let cold temperatures, a little bit (or in some...
Maybe it was claiming the "Push-up Champion" title in fourth grade, or maybe it was riding a 10-speed bike with flat tires from Ames at age 16 in her first triathlon, or maybe it's because of what...
If Only You Could Talk... Sometimes when I look at my chocolate lab Gilly, I think, "Boy, the tales you could tell if you could talk."  For reasons only he could tell, three years ago this...
Behind the scenes with the Big Tupper Ski Patrol  They're the first ones on the mountain and the last ones off, and in between those opening and closing runs, Big Tupper's ski patrollers sure have a...
One thing I love about spending time in the woods of the Adirondacks, whether it's hiking, skiing, or paddling, is thinking about all of the history that is hidden along the trails, shorelines, and...

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