November is coming, my least favorite month in this part of the world. Dark, damp, cold and gloomy – shudder!
Once snow arrives I’m happy. Until then though, November and early December are sometimes hard to take.
In contrast to all...
And just like that, the cat curls up in front of the heat register, I want hot water—not cold—to wash my hands and I put on a jacket before leaving for work.
Somehow, this feels more right than the opposite transition in spring. When I...
Sep 21, 2007 — Trees across the North Country and Vermont are showing their fall colors. Foliage season only lasts a few weeks in late September and early October. Jim Carroll and his wife Gina are volunteer "leaf peepers" in Tupper Lake. Todd Moe spoke with Jim about the vivid and varied colors this week. Go to full article
Sep 04, 2007 — They're like a banner announcing the change of season -- the occasional spray of vivid red leaves along the roadside or the water's edge. They DO foreshadow the color change to come. But why so early? Commentator, and arborist, Paul Hetzler lives in St. Lawrence County. he says it has to do with the tree's balance sheet, as well as the time of year. Go to full article
Oct 20, 2006 — With the regular deer season opening up this weekend, the Jefferson County Public Health Department is urging hunters to be careful about deer ticks carrying lyme disease. Todd Moe has more. Go to full article
Sep 29, 2006 — It's late September and colorful peak fall foliage is expected in parts of the North Country this weekend. Todd Moe talks with Jim Carroll, of Tupper Lake. He and his wife are fall foliage spotters in the Adirondacks for the state tourism office. Go to full article