Yowza, I haven’t written since the end of August! In no particular order here’s an update, upcoming info, and some photos to catch up with everyone. In my unplanned hiatus from the Withywindle Nature Blog, I’ve decided to put Windows on Wildlife on hold for a while. I’m dealing with enough stress on my end, […]
I posted a while back about recommended gear for heading outdoors with children, including a list of things I’m sure to bring with me when I head out. I put this list together with the help of Skinny Scoop (thanks to Another Jennifer who turned me on to them in the first place!) to give […]
One of the impediments to getting outdoors (beyond our backyard, anyway) with my kids is planning. All of a sudden I find us with a few free hours, and I can’t think of a single place to go. Which I know is completely ridiculous because there are plenty of local places worth exploring, but sometimes I just […]
From our Memorial Day weekend trip to the Catskills. The body of water snaking off into the distance is the Schoharie Creek. Wordless Wednesday.
Obo took a group of his students out to hike in the White Mountains earlier today, and passed these photos in from his trip: A u-shaped valley, looking south from Mt. Avalon at further peaks…. …Painted Trillium… …and a Gray Jay that one of the hikers managed to coax into eating sunflower seeds out of […]
My husband, Obo is a high school teacher. Lately, he’s been teaching AP Psychology, but his background is in history. And with his background running camps, experiential education programs and his love of the outdoors, he’s the perfect fit to advise his school’s Outing Club. I don’t usually join the Outing Club on their adventures […]