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May/June 2015

Features

Best of the Adirondacks 2015
Adirondack Life readers’ choice awards

The Secret Life of Ponds
Inside these shape-shifting, primitive worlds

Incredible Journeys
Some creatures—eels, for in­­stance, that hatch in
the Sargasso Sea and migrate to Lake Champlain—
cover astonishing territory once a lifetime, while
ruby-throated hummingbirds commute twice yearly
be­­­tween Central America and the North Country.
As tourist season ap­­proaches, with legions of
humans crossing the Blue Line, we pause to mull
notable comings and goings
by Elizabeth Folwell

The Last Mill Town
From 18th-century battleground to 20th-century
industrial powerhouse, Ticonderoga has occupied a
vital role in the region. How will the town adapt to
21st-century challenges?
by Lisa Bramen

Departments

Short Carries
Smallville

Special Places
Paradox House
by Niki Kourofsky

Barkeater
The Outsider
by Leath Tonino

Working
The Fishin’ Musician
by Elizabeth Folwell

North Country
Superfruit
by Hamilton E. Davis

Back Page
Trout Lily on T Lake Trail
photograph by Johnathan Esper

Cover: Lake Everest, Wilmington. Photograph by Chris Murray

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