Thursday, November 27, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
This Saturday! Booksigning!
Sat, Nov 22, 10am – 2pm
Where: Moseskill Marketplace, Argyle, New York (On the left, just before you cross the Moseskill Creek on Route 197 heading south out of Fort Edward.)
Description: We will be featuring our newest book in the Common Man Exploration Series. It is a Cross Country skiing/snowshoeing book for the Lake George Region. And, we'll have all of our other four area titles there as well. Stop by and pick them up as Christmas gifts for those more active family and friends you have.
There will be other area authors there as well. And, we think there is also a craft fair down the road, so you can do ALL of your Christmas shopping, at good prices, in downtown Argyle, NY. One-stop shopping!
Thursday, November 13, 2008
The New York State Outdoor Writers Association (NYSOWA) has just posted information on our newest book about x-country skiing and snowshoeing in the Lake George Region. Please check it out at: http://www.nysowa.org/Docs/FultonBook.html
You might as well join Winter, 'cause you ain't gonna beat it!
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Red Eft or Red Spotted Newt
This very interesting critter was photographed, underwater, by Kathy Bozony at what is believed to be Upper Reservoir near Corinth, New York. A sub-species of the Eastern Newt, it is about 2 1/2 inches long and forages in shallow water. They prey voraciously on worms, insects, small crustaceons and larvae. They secrete toxic substances, and are therefore left alone by fish while in the water feeding. Double click on the pic to get a great view of this elusive critter.
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Little known pond
Today we found a little known pond in the Corinth, NY area. We can't even find a map that shows its name. It is only about .25 miles into an old dam, but we actually walked all the way around the 5 acre pond and back down the opposite side of the creek. It is known as the Corinth Cooperator Area and is located off County Route 10 in Saratoga County. It is surrounded by pines and is just a great area. Thought we would share it with you in case you wanted a place to escape to this, or any other weekend. It'll appear in one of our future books, just not sure which one.