June is Bustin’ Out All Over!
Looking for ideas for you and your family as spring turns into summer?  Producer Paul Larson hosts Mountain Lake Journal this week, an episode that travels through the North Country in search of warm weather adventures.
High Falls Gorge 
This natural attraction in Willmington, New York, allows you close access to some fantastic waterfalls.  It lets you explore the wonders of the west branch of the AuSable River as it explodes into deep crevices in its journey through ancient granite cliffs formed over a billion years ago by the forces the of ice, water and wind.   Larson produced this piece for his Adirondack Journeys series.  You may learn about amazing destinations at mountainlake.org/adkjourneys.
Kayaking and Paddleboard Yoga
Summer is a great time to get out and experience the region’s amazing water sports.  Kayakers of all experience levels can rent equipment and take classes out on the beautiful Ausable River at the Bagg’s Landing Paddlesports Center.  Classes and equipment are available all summer.  Our reporter Kevin Cooney went down to give kayaking and paddle board yoga a try.  For more info visit: http://kayak-shack.com/index.php/baggs-landing/
Author Interview: It’s the time of year to rediscover the pleasures of reading outdoors.  Glenn Pearsall discusses his first work of historical fiction, Leaves Torn Asunder. The novel follows the lives of people living in the Adirondack region, affected by the destruction of the American Civil War.  Pearsall is a history buff who lives in North Creek, New York.    Enjoy our many author visits at mountainlake.org/authorvisits.
Plattsburgh Blues and Jazz:  Many people are heading to clubs and venues in downtown Plattsburgh, to hear world class blues and jazz music performances.  The not-for-profit group Plattsburgh Blues and Jazz is inviting internationally renowned musicians and local acts in for an evening’s entertainment.   plattsburghbluesandjazz.com
Mountain Lake Journal airs this Friday at 8pm, with repeats on Saturday at 7pm, and Sunday at 10am.