Jul 09, 2014 — Summer means shearing season. All across the North Country, sheep, alpacas, and llamas are getting serious haircuts and losing their winter coats. A couple weeks ago reporter Sarah Harris went to an alpaca shearing in Ray Brook.
It had special significance for her. Sarah has two llamas living in her backyard that desperately needed to be shorn. So she watched, she learned, and she later helped her llamas get a much-needed shave. Go to full article
Jul 04, 2014 — Most towns are gathering and getting ready for their 4th of July parades. Few are getting ready for their outhouse races. Each year in Bristol, Vermont though, runners pushing outhouses on wheels barrel down the main street. And this morning at 9 am, they'll do that again.
Jul 02, 2014 — The Lois McClure is a replica of an 1862 canal schooner that's also a floating museum. She's just beginning her 2014 voyage, which starts at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in Vergennes, Vermont, travels south to New York City, and ventures north to Quebec.
Last summer Sarah Harris hopped aboard the Lois McClure as she set out on Lake Champlain. Go to full article
May 26, 2014 — Fort Ticonderoga is "America's fort" perched on the New York side of Lake Champlain, it was instrumental in the American Revolution and other early wars. Now, it's a... Go to full article
Mar 14, 2014 — The immediate forecast isn't ideal for making maple syrup, but it's coming: that combination of cold nights, warm days and sunshine. Chickadees get busy, and the sap rises.... Go to full article