Like many in my generation I learned about folk music from Pete Seeger. He taught us to sing in concert
For years it’s been a New Year’s Day ritual for me to hike to a waterfall, usually with family or
There are at least two ways to avoid crowds on the trails at Minnewaska State Park: go during the week
This week’s column is part of a series recording author Rich Parisio’s experience as a participant in the Two Row
I have always found that memories of places are hard to disentangle from memories of people in my life. Sometimes
I must confess I had to steel myself for this walk in the blazing sunlight of a torrid July morning.
One of the pleasures of living in New Paltz is the constant sight of the Shawangunk Ridge. The defining visual
After a week or more of mostly rainy weather, the return of sunshine and blue skies inspired us to go
For a sense of wildness in nature, in the spirit of adventure, one can travel far while hardly leaving home.
A beloved place is like a reliable friend: it demands nothing from you, asks only for your patient attention, that