October 11, 2011
A huge, lone pine, which has managed to maintain a presence atop a rocky outcrop, in the middle of Cranberry Lake, despite the rigors of waves, weather and winter, offers a suitable symbol of the hardiness and stubborn nature of Adirondackers.
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Notes from the North Woods
From an historical prospective, the vast forested lands of the Adirondacks have been in conflict from before the time of recorded time.