ArticlesLast Monday in July A boater who had been partying all day collided with a family taking an evening cruise on Lake George. The family—and Lake George—will never be the same by Lisa Bramen
Video footage from a boathouse security camera shows Lake George calm and quiet on the evening of July 25, 2016.
It’s after 9 p.m. and twilight has turned to darkness, making it hard to discern much other than the lights from homes on the far shore and the erratic, looping flight patterns of insects in the foreground. read more
Wired in the Wild Even in the Adirondacks, big data is watching you by Jeanna Matthews
One of the reasons I love the Adirondacks is the invitation to escape technology. This place reminds me of essential truths: It is good to be personally prepared, to know where I am going. I am responsible for the steps I take to navigate through my own life, even when GPS-guided directions are wrong or inaccessible. It is good to focus completely on where I am in each moment. I am responsible for the impact I leave on the people and places I touch physically. Cyberspace is no substitute for the world of flesh and mountains. read more