- Rick Brockway
Waterfalls are even better when you keep them to yourself
Millions of people flock to see the great waterfalls of the world. They watch the millions of gallons of water wash over Niagara Falls or see the water come out of spectacular mountains to fall hundreds of feet into the valleys below. Waterfalls are truly some of nature's most beautiful sights.
Kids have sparkle in their eyes
When I was in my teens, old Bill Naatz told me about a stream north of Lake George where a man had panned out enough gold to make his wife a wedding band. It was all rumors, but to his grandson and myself, it sounded like the makings of a great adventure.
People make the outdoors even better
Too many people take things for granted. If it wasn't for a group of dedicated folks, things wouldn't be the same.
Turkey season has ups and downs
Turkey season arrived without any fanfare the other day. If I hadn't seen some hunters coming out of the woods with a nice tom, I guess I would have missed it. I don't hunt turkeys anymore.
Spring air isn't always the freshest
When you step outside on a springtime morning, there's a freshness that stimulates your senses.
- Friday, April 19, 2013
Adriondacks keep growing and growing
The Adirondacks are a patchwork of state- and privately-owned lands. The 6 million acres that make up this great region means it's larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Great Smoky and the Everglade National parks put together.
- Friday, April 12, 2013
Fishing is a lot different these days
- Friday, April 5, 2013
Never know who will be on a ski lift
- Friday, March 29, 2013
Enjoy the magnificent bobcat while you can
- Friday, March 22, 2013
This horse is master of his domain
- Waterfalls are even better when you keep them to yourself