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Gilbert Lake State Park – Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Report by Lucille Wiggin - The Gilbert Lake St. Pk. hike was the first one in a while not cancelled by weather so 16 people welcomed a chance to get out with their friends. Since the trails continued to be dangerous under foot we hiked the plowed roads for 3.6 miles.


Fortin Park Hike – Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Report by Julie Smith - All nineteen ADK'ers enjoyed the two plus mile hike around Fortin Park on Tuesday, January 10. The morning turned out to be partly sunny in spite of the weather prediction of sleet and freezing rain. Quite a number of Canada Geese were in the large field near the dock and did not seem to be bothered by us as we walked by them.


Franklin Mountain Hike - Tuesday, January 3. 2017

Report by Currie Marr - About 20 ADKers began the New Year by hiking on Franklin Mountain starting from Sally and Rod Hebbard’s home. “Lady Luck” favored the venture by withholding the predicted freezing rain. Along the way a tree stump was found to be a perfect photo frame.


Ridge Road Hike – Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Report by Kathy Carey - Twenty hikers traveled to the Ridge Road home of Kathy and Chris Carey on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016, for the last hike of the year. It had rained the night before, so the route had to be re-directed due to icy conditions, but everyone enjoyed soup for lunch at the end of the hike. A highlight of the hike was a bald eagle that flew overhead at very low altitude.


Strawberry Field Hike – Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Photographs by Fred Johnson - Aleda Koehn led this hike on Strawberry Field above Hartwick College. Click on photos to enlarge.


Gilbert Lake State Park Hike – Tuesday, Dec 13, 2016

Report by Currie Marr - Twenty-four adventurers participated in the traditional “Charlie Brown Christmas Tree” hike at Gilbert Lake. On the western side of the lake we paused to observe and re-decorate the scraggly spruce discovered 5 years ago (12/20/11). Now the specimen is larger and more robust, but as noted by someone, the mature tree will never ever grace Rockefeller Center.


Greenway Hike – Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Report by Erika Baker-Heinegg - The Day turned out to be perfect for an autumn outing, and 20+ hikers came to enjoy the day. We sang to congratulate Nina Hart on her Birthday. Photos: by Fred Johnson. “Wild Cucumber” seed pods are in the tag photo. Click on photos to enlarge.


Greenwoods Conservancy Hike - Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Report by Monica Peters - Nothing to report really. No one showed up yesterday. Apparently my message about the treacherous trails and probably walking the road – turned them off. TOO BAD as it wasn’t a bad day after all (got to stop believing the forecasters). Temperature comfortable and we did walk s of the trails – but not the steep one we had planned on. Our neighbor went with us and we hiked 4 miles anyway. It was a good morning after all. We’ll try Greenwoods again on another day.


Greenway hike/ski/snowshoe – Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Report by Lucille Wiggin - Four ADK friends met at the Greenway for a hike/ski/ snow shoe. It was 24 degrees, no wind and eight inches of new snow. Scott on snow shoes and Jim on skies took turns breaking trail so that Julie and I could have an easier walk. After l.6 miles we adjourned to the Eggplant for hot soup for lunches. Great start to the day.


Homer Folks State Forest Hike – Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Report by Jim and Carolyn Austin - For the first time, twenty-three hikers walked trails at the Homer Folks State Forest. The trail ‘Black Coffee’, led us around picturesque shale rock formations. The trails were developed as mountain bike paths and were leaf covered for our walk. The day was cloudy with mid 40’s temperatures. The first sprinkles of rain began as the hike ended.



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