Tag Archives: Conservation

Lost in the Bells Part Two

“I’ve seen some tracks up here, fresh in the mud. Cougar tracks.  It crossed the trail and is somewhere between my location and the camp.  Are you there Gonzalez?  Can you hear me?” Taking the sat phone away from his … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – Echo Park from the Ridge

Echo Park has a long history that the caption doesn’t fully capture.  You see, back in the early 50’s, the Bureau of Reclamation wanted to build a massive dam in this area and flood it.  This project was opposed by … Continue reading

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Adirondack Park and Preserve- “Above Lake George” with bonus material

Lake George centers in so many of our minds as the setting of James Fennimore Cooper’s classic novel “Last of the Mohicans”.  From Fort William Henry at the south end of the lake to Fort Ticondaroga in the north the … Continue reading

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Adirondack Preserve and Park- Marcy Dam

The Adirondacks are one of the oldest preserved regions in the United States.  Explicitly protected in the New York State Constitution for more then a century, they have been a destination for people from around the globe and have some … Continue reading

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