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An Adirondack August

Posted on: August 7th, 2013 No Comments

Hello again, friends! I hope you all enjoyed your Fourth of July festivities as much as this bear did! It’s hard to believe that the first full month of summer has already come to a close! The days and nights have been filled with so many activities that the time has passed so quickly and I for one, am exhausted! But it isn’t over yet, August in Old Forge is sure to be just as exciting and full of fun! For those of you that like to push your physical endurance limits, Enchanted Forest Water Safari will be hosting the >> More


Henry’s 4th of July Plans

Posted on: June 28th, 2013 No Comments

Dear Valued Customers, It was a rainy Spring in the Adirondacks and although this may have been an inconvenience for my human counterparts, it meant plenty of good things for this bear to eat! Summer is here and I can feel the buzz of excitement in the air! The rain certainly hasn’t put a damper on all of the wonderful things going on in town! Visitors have been making their way here to enjoy the many activities and events we have to offer. Whether you like shopping, paddling, hiking, the arts, or having fun at the local water park – >> More


He’s Back…

Posted on: May 29th, 2013 No Comments

Dear Valued Customers, I want to apologize for my recent absence. I took some time to travel within the blue line and the trip was so exhausting that I slept through my alarm. My hibernation was extended by about a year and I can only imagine how many times I hit that snooze button! The good news is… I’m back! I have missed checking in with our wonderful Hardware customers so I’ll do my best to fill you in on my trip. My vacation began with a hike up Mount Marcy which is the highest elevation in New York. The day of my hike the wind was >> More


Christmas: No hibernating… just celebrating!

Posted on: December 22nd, 2011 No Comments

Dear Valued Customers, Christmas is days away and this bear has been counting down for weeks. To be completely honest, I switch gears into Christmas mode as soon as I see Santa bringing up the rear in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. I guess I am still a cub at heart when it comes to the holidays. For most bears this time of year is spent hibernating but that is not the case for me. Since I started working year round I phased out my hibernation patterns for the more main-stream approach of working full-time and spending my days off relaxing in my den. >> More