Category Archives: Adirondack Mountains

One Wanderer Returning, One Leaving

Right now what I should be doing is gathering my tax information. Instead I am writing this post because I can’t contain my excitement at the news that my son Tim is returning from Austria and will be settling, at … Continue reading

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Does Anybody Know What Day It Is?

I am confused as to what day it is , or even what date it is. This month has whizzed by, I’ve had 3 trips to the Adirondacks in the last week, didn’t work last week and then we had … Continue reading

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How Can It Be Memorial Day Already?

Memorial Day, 2010 It’s hard to believe that it is the end of May already. 2010 is flying by. Memorial Day makes me think of the days of my childhood. We would go to our camp and spend the weekend … Continue reading

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It Looks Like I Lied

It seems that I wasn’t really back when I said I was on March 16th. I apologize, and hope that there are one or two people still checking this old, sad blog. It’s been a difficult few months. I’m hoping … Continue reading

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Snow, Snow, Snow

I had intended to go to St. Johnsbury, Vermont for my nephew Ethan’s high school graduation this weekend, but Conor is still sick, and we were not able to go. I took him to the doctor again, and now he … Continue reading

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A Walk to Moose Pond

On Sunday Caitlin, Conor and I decided to take a little drive.  I wanted to take some mountain pictures so I could replace the Christmas picture on the blog.  We had a limited amount of time because Caitlin had clothes … Continue reading

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