OK, so it was officially too hot for a middle-aged woman to take a walk outdoors this morning (Monday), even if she stuck to the shade and grabbed an iced tea along the way. When I left the station at 9:30 it was somewhere above 70F. An hour later...
It’s hard to believe today is my last day at work. It’s hard to believe this is the last day I’ll come in, snarf the last cup of morning coffee lurking in the pot, and get a daily dose of morning banter from with Dale before sitting...
Aug 12, 2004 — Kathleen Bagley's book, Ladies of the Lake, offers a glimpse into the lives of women who are drawn to water, and the legacy of life on Lake Placid. It's a collection of 23 stories of women and their lake camps. Todd Moe spoke with Kathleen Bagley who says the book is for anyone who spends time on the water. Go to full article
Aug 04, 2004 — Every season has its special delights. Summer has many -- picnics, family reunions, swimming and boating. Commentator Paul Willcott has an abiding love for the great American pastime of porch sitting. Go to full article
Jul 26, 2004 — Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about perennials that are past their peak--poppies, daisies and daylilies--and how they can still add interest to the garden Go to full article
Aug 25, 2003 — Horticulturist Amy Ivy has tips on collecting seeds from favorite flowers for next year's garden. She recommends two books: Nancy Bubel's The New Seed Starters Handbook, and The New England Wild Flower Society Guide to Growing and Propagating Wildflowers of the United States and Canada. Go to full article
Aug 18, 2003 — Now is the time to take notes for next year's garden. That's according to horticulturist Amy Ivy, who says August is the best time to consider color, variety, size and soil conditions in the garden. Martha Foley reports. Go to full article
Aug 11, 2003 — The recent wet, muggy weather has turned even North Country gardens absolutely tropical. Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about the effects of high humidity and frequent rain on the garden this time of year. Go to full article