The Real Adirondacks

This article originally appeared in the summer 1997 issue of the since-defunct Snow Country magazine.  It was recently published in an anthology of new Adirondack writing called Rooted in Rock (Syracuse University Press).
The black flies will eat you alive, the natives are hostile, the mountains are low and boring, the trails are muddy and slippery, and the …Read More

The Navajo Way

Men’s Journal, Novermber 1998

One of the most remarkable things about this republic is that there exists within its borders a parallel universe known as Dinetah, a nation of more than 155,000 souls who subscribe to a mind-set completely different from the modern American belief that everything in nature is there for the taking.  Dinetal is …Read More