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At Home in the Adirondacks 2014

Features

Privy Amazing
The most stylish outhouse in the Adirondacks
photographs by Nancie Battaglia

Kenjockety
From Prairie-style buildings to lush landscape,
two acclaimed artists have shaped a paradise on Lake Champlain
by Elizabeth Folwell
photographs by Nancie Battaglia

Backyard Oasis
A natural pool is the best water feature a country home can have
by Diane Chase
photographs by Erika Edgley

House of Style
For decades taste-maker Ralph Kylloe has helped define Adirondack rustic
by Michael Coffey
photographs by Erin Reid Coker

Rockitecture
A handful of stone boathouses stand sentinel on Adirondack lakeshores
by Sally Svenson
photographs by Nancie Battaglia

Timeless To-No-Na
The Lower Saranac Lake camp, then and now
by Annie Stoltie
photographs by Kyle Ford

Departments

Home Improvement
Power Rangers

Dining
The Good Bite Kitchen

Barkeater
Shadyside

Lodging
Inn at the Bridge

Working
Doctor of Fine Art

Profile
The Wood Whisperer

Adaptive Reuse
Senior Class

Columns

Editor’s Note
Home Words

Essentials
Camp Classics

The Back Page
The Cookie Architect

 

September/October 2014

Features

Ring of Fire
Great Sacandaga Lake’s 1,000 points of light mark the
end of summer
by Brian Mann
photographs by Nancie Battaglia

Wacky Adirondacks
A guide to the mysterious, mythical and just plain weird
illustration by Aaron Meshon

Rattlesnake Mountain
This Willsboro peak is a real charmer
by Kate Messner
photographs by Johnathan Esper

Hobofest
Saranac Lake’s roots music celebration
by Chris Morris
photographs by Shaun Ondak

John Van Alstine
This internationally known sculptor breathes life into stone and steel
by Lisa Bramen

Southern Rock
An annual gathering that proves the Adirondack climbing scene
extends beyond the High Peaks
photographs by Shaun Ondak

How Can All the Remembering Be Told?
The tireless Marjorie Lansing Porter was a collector of tall tales and forgotten tunes
and the caretaker of our region’s identity
by Niki Kourofsky

Departments

Short Carries
Roadside Serenity

Dining
Sisters Bistro

Camping
Summer of ’38

Special Places
The Cataract Club

Yesteryears
Here’s to You, Mr. Robinson

North Country
College for Every Student

Back Page
Pawwow on St. Regis Mountain

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