Month: August 2017

Musings from a day of tubing with friends

The adrenaline rush of whitewater tubing in the spring is like no other. And, rivers throughout the Adirondacks are great at providing moments of peril and uncertainty. But, when the water levels are low, like in summer, the… Read More

Working hard but playing harder in Cape Cod

George made a big splash in Cape Cod last month. Here, he shows off his best side for the camera! It didn’t take much to entice the Mobil Man to bag the gas station for a day and… Read More

The Electric City has always been Grrreat!

The Electric City has something old and something new and both with the same name: Great Flats. The Great Flats, or the Schenectady Aquifer, is a “unique groundwater resource and is one of the most productive aquifers in… Read More