A dozen large and small spiders stood their ground. They thought they'd claimed the room by adverse possession.
Naked Truth About Naked Gardening
Let me tell you what I'm NOT doing on May 7, 2016....Naked gardening on World Naked Gardening Day
Apple Picking Etiquette
Eating the apple in Eden isn’t the only apple-based crime. After a recent trip to three orchards, I witnessed a dire need for a course on Apple Picking Etiquette. And so I present my list of the Top 10 "Don'ts" About Apple Picking.
Twice in a Super Moon
Last night I chased the moon. In response it taunted me, briefly poking out between trees and around buildings but never quite allowing the image I wanted in my viewfinder.
Follow the Light – Visiting Lighthouses in New England & Nova Scotia, Canada
Lighthouse people are as proud of bagging lighthouse visits as hikers are of bagging peaks. We are both "experience hoarders". And the experiences aren't all that different.
More of the Maple Kind – 10 Maple Facts I Didn’t Know Last Year
The oddest maple recipe I found was maple almond jello.
Turkey Tales – Stalkers and Plunderers
I'm not quite sure if this is an actual courtship ritual or just an early middle school dance for fowl who flirt at flirting but still find the opposite sex kind of icky.
A Boggy Day in Middleton
Why would someone wuss out from crossing a 6-acre blog? It was not a rhetorical question.
Walk With a Great Blue Heron in the Field of Honor (Newburyport, MA)
Knowing where you are headed is just the framework for an adventure that can take you anywhere.
Blooming New England – Spring Flowers 2013
April offers us poetry month and the first flower flash mob