The 2021 Indian Lake Poker Paddle has been set for Saturday, July 31st. Anything that floats and is propelled by a paddle qualifies: Canoe, Kayak, SUP, Rowboat, Guideboat, Raft, etc. [Read more…] about Indian Lake Poker Paddle Set For July 31st
On almost every stream, pond or lake in the Adirondacks there is still evidence of lumberman’s dams and lumbering operations. In the mid-to-late 1960s however, there was a controversial plan to dam the Upper Hudson River in order to supply water and hydro-electric power to the parched, urban, metropolitan area of New York City.
In the early 1960s there had been a severe drought along the entire northeastern seaboard. One of New York City’s answers to the drought problem was to tap the Upper Hudson to supply its seemingly unquenchable need for water. [Read more…] about Plans To Dam The Upper Hudson Would Have Been Catastrophic
The Adirondack Council today urged the Adirondack Park Agency to substantially modify or reject two permit requests for poorly-sited cell towers near the Hamilton County communities of Indian Lake and Inlet.
The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) has never denied a request for a cell tower permit. [Read more…] about Adirondack Council: Plan For Poorly Sited Cell Towers Should Be Revised
New York State Police report they were involved in a pursuit from Utica into the heart of the Adirondacks 90 miles away.
Police say strip spikes were deployed twice, but did not stop the driver. The pursuit ended at Blue Mountain Lake, in Hamilton County. [Read more…] about Police Chase Winds Through Adirondack Park
Dealers in high quality antiques from across the country are converging in the Adirondack wilderness for two events, the Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show in Indian Lake, held Wednesday, Sept. 14, through Sunday, Sept. 18, and the Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale, held Saturday, Sept. 17, and Sunday, Sept. 18. More than 100 dealers are expected to exhibit at two shows, held in the two mountain hamlets about 11 miles apart.
They’re expected to bring with them high-quality art, antiques, collectibles and other vintage items — much of it curated with a rustic Adirondack sensibility — including camp, cottage, Mission, and Old Hickory furniture; rare books; vintage boats; antique sporting goods; taxidermy; quilts; historical fine art and folk art; militaria; oriental rugs; Native American jewelry and artifacts; and much more. [Read more…] about Two Adirondack Antiquing Adventures Sept 14-18