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Barnes Pond – Rambling Around the Sable Highlands

June 27th, 2006 · 1 Comment · Adirondack Life

Back in February, I mentioned the land deal that formed the newest Adirondack recreation area, the Sable Highlands Working Forest. This was exciting since I consider the area involved my backyard. Most people are familiar with Lyon Mountain and adding this great hike to the list of “Forever Wild” is just fantastic. What intrigued me the most was the opening up of other new areas for recreational use.

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Lake Alice WMA – Nature Walk

April 2nd, 2006 · No Comments · Adirondack Life

Canada Goose HeadToday’s family expedition took us to Lake Alice Wildlife Management Area which is on the Lake Champlain Birding Trail. It’s nice to do something different every once in a while, and that would be today. Located in the Town of Chazy, just off the Northway – Exit 41, the Lake Alice WMA is a great place for an easy nature walk. Spring is here, but it is still a bit early for things to really get blooming. It was sunny, breezy, and cool. We did get lucky with some interesting observations and entertained the kids at the same time.

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