The Snow is Coming; the Snow is Coming :-)
I'll be selling and signing copies of our outdoor hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking guides at the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council gallery on the evening of Dec. 3rd. I'll be there with several other writers who will be doing the same. All of our books will make great, and unique, Christmas presents for family members and friends. And, they will all be personalized and signed by the author!
We just spent several days in the field in Northern NY. Ticks were a serious concern. On one day I took 7 ticks off of my clothes, and one off of my body.
A poster and an order form for all of our titles has just been posted by LARAC at: http://www.larac.org/docs/ads/NovDec09Fultoninsert.pdf
Yes, it's hunting season in New York once again. For our hiking and biking friends, yes you can share the woods with those who are after Bambi's deadbeat dad. Be sure to wear bright clothing at all times and stay on the trails whenever possible. If you think there may be hunters around, make your presence known by talking. The primary issue with hunters is not your presence, it is that your scent will scare off deer. But they have no more rights than you to be in the woods. But let common sense prevail on both parts.
Just in time for the summer season, we are releasing out Summer Edition of our Lake