The Cooper's Cave Games & Paintball outdoor battlefield sprawls over 40 multicolored acres, giving players ample room to elude an enemy or stage a smattering ambush. After mustering courage at the field's staging area, paintballers can disperse to a number of landscapes to settle a family feud or conduct paint ballistics field research. The western town field simulates the old west with wooden shacks, abandoned carriages, and grizzled prospectors, and the more martial competition fields acquaint one's inner Andrew Jackson with one's inner Jackson Pollock. Paint pelters go au natural in Cooper's wooded playing field, assaulting unsuspecting comrades from behind logs and trees, and sneaky splatterers execute sniper-style hits or gauge enemy positions from the guarded hideouts in Cooper's fort-filled field.
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The Oliva family is most passionate about three things: great wine, great food, and great company, preferably all at the same time. Over time, these activities inspired Tony Oliva and his wife Debreen to begin making wine. Together they have traveled extensively to Tuscany and Napa Valley, studying the unique winemaking methods of each region. Armed with the knowledge to turn grapes into nectar, Oliva Vineyards now produces five vintages, including sparkling reds, rosés, and blends.
The Oliva Vineyards tasting room welcomes guests to taste wines at their bar, which was built by Tony himself from wood procured at a local sawmill. The Olivas share their winemaking secrets at their wine school, which teaches students the art of winemaking, including how to operate the equipment and find fresh grapes before they escape as raisins.
Though major newspapers often get more press for their accolades and awards than smaller publications, The Post-Star has been quietly wracking up wins in various categories since its inception in 1895. The most noteworthy was a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 2009, but it was quietly preceded by New York State Associated Press Association's "Newspaper of Distinction" for five years, and praise from MADD, the National Headliners Association, and the American Society of Newspaper Editors. The daily paper keeps New York's Adirondack region fully informed on current events, local happenings, sports scores, and entertainment while boasting the latest technical advances in design, layout, and production, such as delivering the most recent edition telepathically.
The two ships of Lake George Shoreline Cruises offer a new way to have a romantic dinner or even learn a little history about Lake George, whose picturesque majesty has earned it the nickname the Queen of American Lakes. Aboard The Adirondac, up to 400 customers can grab a beverage at one of its two bars and head to the second-deck atrium, which is exposed to the sunlight during the day and stars in the evening.