Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The Pulse of the Adirondacks!...

You need two almanacks,... The Farmer's Almanack and... The Adirondack Almanack!

To kick off its fourth year of providing the North Country with information on local politics, environmental issues, history, outdoor recreation, culture, and regional development, The Adirondack Almanack has brought on board two new contributors.

Check out this online journal for the work of original editor John Warren, (also writer of the New York History blog), plus the two talented writers/artists who just joined the Almanack. I believe you will enjoy the well-written posts by Mary Thill and the writing and artwork of Mark Wilson. Put your finger on the pulse of the Adirondacks!

7 comments:

dog trot farm said...

Ceder, have only driven through the adirondacks a handful of times, It certainly is beautiful country! Is the snow gone?

Cedar ... said...

Snow is all gone! whew! Come on over and visit again.... I'd love to meet you.

Cedar ... said...

OOOOPPPPS! While approving comments I noticed that one comment was a duplicate of the one right above it. I had check marks to approve five other comments and when I went to reject the duplicate comment I hit the wrong thing and they all disappeared. Thank you to you, my friends for your comments and I am here with a red face for that HUGE goof! A very big apology!

Robynn's Ravings said...

I read the book, "A Walk in the Woods." Does that count? Read it aloud to the family - had to EDIT FAST on the fly - but we loved it!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Cedar, How neat to have your OWN almanack. I always enjoy the Farmer's one--but mostly for the weather.

You do live in a fabulous area of the country. Thanks for posting.
Hugs,
Betsy

troutbirder said...

Hey Cedar. I've done the same thing twice. Frustrating it is.

montucky said...

That's really a good publication! Informative and well done. I think any more we get more and better local news from sources like that than the general media.