The drive from Lake George to the Adirondack Museum is absolutely beautiful! There are a ton of places you can stop off to to get great pictures of the Hudson River. I did on my way there and back, and really enjoyed the views. As I mention, I was attending a media party for the… Continue reading The View on My Way to Adirondack Museum
Last week we got a a sneak peek at the Adirondack Museum’s new newest exhibit, “Let’s Eat! Adirondack Food Traditions” during a special media party. Believe it or not, it was my first time at the museum and my very first trip to Blue Mountain Lake where it is perched on a beautiful hill top.… Continue reading Let’s Eat! Adirondack Food Traditions at Adirondack Museum
Girlfriends Getaway in Bolton Landing is this weekend! When I first read about it in February it felt so far away, but now it’s only several days to the big event. If you don’t have your ticket it’s not too late to purchase one, but I would suggest doing it quickly. The weekend is filled… Continue reading Have You Gotten Your Ticket Yet?
I’m pleased to announce some exciting blog news! We are in the process of redesigning the blog – starting with a new name: Adirondack Chick. I already write about it, so why not really give it a name that reflects most of what the content is. We will still be writing about other things, too.… Continue reading Welcome to Adirondack Chick!
May 7, 2010: My dog Toby enjoys Shepards Park in Lake George Village. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
I was going through pictures and found several shots of a weird looking sunset I encountered on my way to Ohio. They were taken in Pennsylvania right before the West Virginia border. It was really bright all day until the sun started to set and at the same time a storm started moving in.
One of my favorite things to do in nice weather is to get grilling! (I’ve also been known to grill with snow on the ground, too.) These grilled teriyaki scallops are a quick and easy dinner, and can be modified pretty fast if you have a bunch of friends stop by or if you are… Continue reading Quick Grilled Teriyaki Scallops
We need smellavision so you can experience how great these onions smell. Best part? They take about 8 minutes to make and really easy. Thinly slice an onion, put it in a hot pan with a little bit of olive oil, keep stiring until brown. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry