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BURLINGTON WATERFRONT

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Posted: October 10th, 2017 by cjdesmon

When I first came to UVM this area was in full bloom and completely green. Now it is the beginning of fall and the vegetation are colorful and loosing their leaves. This area presents small holes in soil surounding the tree. I predict that these are chipmunks or some other small animal. Also there are squirrels all over the trees in my spot. My dog helped me realize this because he can chase squirrels all day long.

About My Blog; Burlington Waterfront

Posted: September 28th, 2017 by cjdesmon

  • Location: https://maps.apple.com/?address=10%20College%20St,%20Burlington,%20VT%20%2005401,%20United%20States&ll=44.477398,-73.221034&t=h
  • I choose the grassy part of land at the beginning of the Burlington waterfront boardwalk. This was the place where I decided that I was going to attend UVM. The view at sunset is my favorite place to be in Vermont. In order to get here you walk straight down Church street and look to your right when you get to the last bus station. The vegetation in this area is mostly small shrubs with a few trees scattered in a decor fashion. It is mostly a grass area.  You will predominantly find Norway Maples, Freeman Apples, Service Berry, Chanticleer Callery Pear, and Silver Linden. Along with small bushes and grass make up the area that I chose.

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Posted: September 26th, 2017 by cjdesmon

  • Location: https://maps.apple.com/?address=10%20College%20St,%20Burlington,%20VT%20%2005401,%20United%20States&ll=44.477398,-73.221034&t=h
  • I choose the grassy part of land at the beginning of the Burlington waterfront boardwalk. This was the place where I decided that I was going to attend UVM. The view at sunset is my favorite place to be in Vermont. In order to get here you walk straight down Church street and look to your right when you get to the last bus station. The vegetation in this area is mostly small shrubs with a few trees scattered in a decor fashion. It is mostly a grass area.  You will predominantly find Norway Maples, Freeman Apples, Service Berry, Chanticleer Callery Pear, and Silver Linden. Along with small bushes and grass make up the area that I chose.

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