Spring is finally here!
Well, planning for summer is now officially underway.
Happy May to everyone reading this column. Hopefully the April showers will bring Goff Flowers to us soon!
Great weather to start getting outside to do yard work or just walking, have seen several bikers going by, the sounds of nature are great.
The Town of Essex won an award at the recent Adirondack Park Local Government conference in Lake Placid.
The NCSPCA is happy to announce that we have seen a wave of recent adoptions!
Notes from the North Woods
Most rivers and streams are still running high, with waterconnected by natural rhythms.
All my life I have loved the adventure of traveling.
I have a few friends that take up the whole conversation when we go out together, when I talk with them on the phone, or am out running errands.
Indian Lake Chamber News - The River Starts Here
While the snow is melting and we anxiously await the departure of the mud and blackflies, a group of dedicated volunteers and staff are hard at work planning various activities and events for the Indian Lake Sabael and Blue Mountain Lake.
Spring is slow coming this year, but as a result we recently had on our carport/roof/feeder a huge flock of redpolls, the sparrow-like birds which “irrupt” every other year or so from the far north.
So sorry to hear about the death of Duane (Dewey) Millington.
A colleague, good friend and inspirational leader who I worked with in a past position, wrote me a letter as I took on the role of the executive director of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce, two and a half years ago.
100 Years Ago - April, 1913
WCS Prom set for Inn at Erlowest