Tag Archives: Nature

First Spring adventure

Last Sunday, Cane (the Dee-oh-gee) and I went out for a Sunday walk in the park for the first time since December. Why no outings since then? Well, we got back from Oahu just in time for the weather to … Continue reading

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Dispatches from a Lovely Autumn Morning

Here are some photos from Knox Farm State Park several days ago. We’ve been enjoying a warmer and dryer than usual fall so far, but according to the Weather Gurus, we’re about to have a significant shift to the colder … Continue reading

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Scenes from Chestnut Ridge

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Sprung?

 I’ve long been of the belief that as delightful as three of the four seasons in Buffalo Niagara are, the last one is usually just annoying. It might surprise you to learn that the one I don’t like is not winter, … Continue reading

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“Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!” Mt. St. Helens, 40 years later

The anniversary is something of a misnomer. Mt. St. Helens, a mountain in the volcanic Cascade Range in southwestern Washington State, was always thought to be on the verge of significant volcanic activity, and one day when I was in … Continue reading

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April Showers bring May…Apples?

So a few weeks ago I was hiking with The Dee-oh-gee (at Sprague Brook Park in Colden, NY) and I happened across this strange-looking plant: Odd little thing, innit? I’d never seen anything like it, to my recollection. A week … Continue reading

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