ATV rides abruptly ended at Whiteface after environmental watchdogs raised concerns to state officials, and after the Adirondack Explorer inquired about the propriety of the rides.
It’s hard to imagine a cooler-sounding job description than cloud collecting. This is not to be confused with wool gathering or stargazing. It’s real work, and Paul Casson and Rich Brandt have it down to a science. In fact it is a science, and one that has made important contributions toward understanding such environmental issues as acid rain and other forms of air pollution. And if you’re going to be into cloud collecting, it’s hard to imagine a cooler place to do it than Whiteface Mountain. Poking up nearly five thousand feet into prevailing winds that blow largely unimpeded from >>More