My love affair with the Lake George Beach Club is strong. It helps that the location, which used to be Shepherd’s Cove for as long as I can remember, is in my opinion, one of the best waterfront spots in Lake George Village. Situated next to the park, near the beach and above the lake… Continue reading My Love Affair with the Lake George Beach Club
The Wild Walk at The Wild Center in the Adirondacks is stunning. A tree-top look of the Adirondacks with breathtaking views, and unique features that bring you right into nature. Visitors don’t even realize they are walking above the trees until at one point you turn to your right and left and realize many of… Continue reading Wild Walk at The Wild Center in the Adirondacks
Since I have been eating mostly vegan as part of my experiment to cure my digestive issues, going out to eat for breakfast has been a bit challenging. After seeing a veggie wrap on a menu at a dinner in New Jersey, which would have been vegan except for the eggs, I have learned this… Continue reading Breakfast at Smokey Joe’s in Lake George
Dear Grandma, I wasn’t expecting to write another one of these this week, but six years ago today I closed on my house and officially became a Lake George homeowner, so it seems appropriate I write it on the actual day. What a ride it’s been. In those six years, I’ve had 6 different jobs,… Continue reading Dear Grandma: Six Years Ago Today
Welcome to Live at the Lake, hosted by Michelle Maskaly aka The Adirondack Chick, and focuses on things in and around the Lake George region of the Adirondacks. This was originally broadcasted live on Periscope and is unedited. Follow @theadkchick on Twitter to for links of future live broadcasts.
When I saw this alert on my phone I nearly fell over. Really?!?
Today was on of those perfect days where I take a walk by the lake and remember why I wanted to live in the Adirondacks. It is like falling in love all over again. Despite it being May, it was cold — tank top under my heavy hoodie cold — but it was beautiful! The… Continue reading Life Captured: Why I Live in the Adirondacks
I usually work from my home office, but because I was having some trouble with stuff in the kitchen, yesterday I was working from my kitchen table. Mid-afternoon I looked out and saw this ~ Umm, what? Snow? It’s the end of April!! Sure enough, it was snowing. Although it wasn’t enough to really stick,… Continue reading April Snow in the Adirondacks
It’s been pretty rainy here, and of course the dogs are not happy, because it means no morning walk for them. So since it wasn’t raining yet this morning, we took advantage and went for a quick walk before work, like we usually do. These photos are part of a series documenting our morning walks… Continue reading Life Captured: Overcast Wednesday Morning in the Adirondacks
As long as it’s not raining we, me and the dogs, try to take walks almost every morning, or afternoon. Sometimes both. There is so much we see, and as my friend pointed out, I used to love to take photos of it all. But, downloading them to my computer, touching them up and then… Continue reading Spring Sunday in the Adirondacks