April 17th, 2014 · Miscellania
January 23rd, 2014 · Adirondack Life
Happy New Year!
Maybe we’ll confirm a cougar this year. Until then, this:
November 1st, 2013 · Adirondack Life
These paper drinking cups, manufactured by Stone & Forsyth Co., are at least 100 years old. By 1914, they were replaced by the “Baldwin Finback” which were more “Convenient, Hygienic — Safe”.
I guess with all the sick heading to the mountains to “take the cure”, it really was best to avoid spreading germs. Read more about Water Drinking in Public Places.
October 4th, 2013 · Adirondack Life
Without doubt, one of the best vids of the season. (via kurtvon.com)
September 11th, 2013 · Destination Marketing
A tourist and recreational trail designed along an old railroad between Bois-des-Filion and Mont-Laurier, this 230 km (143 mi) corridor provides a north-south crossing through the magnificent Laurentian region. Summer activities include cycling, hiking, and inline skating; winter activities include snowmobiling between Labelle and Mont-Laurier (93 km/58 mi), and cross-country skiing between Saint-Jérôme and Val-David (40 km/25 mi, classic and ski skating); mechanical maintenance and easy level. All along the trail, railway stations have been renovated and many have been converted into welcoming cafés and rental and repair shops for sports equipment. bonjourquebec.com
And it’s true, cycling can extend your life: Tour de France Cyclists Live Longer