A Meditation on Early Spring

This is a writing exercise I did at a retreat over the weekend – we were charged with meditating on and writing about spring. —————————————————————– On a cold, rainy spring day, I walk along a wooded path enveloped in the Earth’s awakening: a panoply of bird songs; water droplets hanging from burgeoning buds; the soft […]

Coyote Monitoring

I’ve written once or twice about the small parcels of woods and power lines that lay behind and along our property. That’s where I go to walk our crazy puppy on a daily basis.  Our house is on a busy road with no sidewalk, so it’s really the only place to go walking.  And I’ve yet […]

Family Tracking and Signs of Nature Programs

This Saturday September 16, I will be leading a series of 1/2 hour programs for families on tracking and nature study, at Blackstone River State Park, in Uxbridge, MA. The programs will run from 12:30 – 2 PM, and are appropriate for families with children of all ages. For more information, feel free to contact […]

Two Meals and Some Tracks – Nature Notes from a Monday Walk

I owe many thanks today to both Michelle from Rambling Woods, and my lovely dog Freya. Between the two of them, I got myself out of the house for a little walk in the woods behind our house, and made some fun discoveries. I’m at home sick today with the last remains of a stomach […]

Nature Notes Wednesday: A Short Walk Reveals…

Yesterday I discovered this wonderful meme over at Rambling Woods – Nature Notes Wednesday, and I’m delighted to participate since I can never have too many excuses for wandering in the outdoors.  Thanks Michelle for putting this together! I took the opportunity to get out on our property with no agenda other than to let my […]

Wordless Wednesday, A Walk With My Shepherd

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