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I went to my spot on Friday morning. I could feel nature’s Vermont Spring was approaching. It was warmer, I had to take my coat off and tie it around my waist. There was no snow nor ice on the … Continue reading

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Blog entry 3/30

Yesterday. Opened with chirps and fluttering birds through woody plants. Ice patches covered any parts of the trail. I felt like I was playing lava on the playground trying to avoid the ice. There’s this fear, fear of slipping and … Continue reading

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White-throated Sparrow

Just letting you know. The video at the bottom of the NYC pictures/videos is a White-throated Sparrow. WordPress isn’t saving my caption.

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Walking dogs

What makes both my spots special is that dogs are walked all around me. In Riverside they walk along the path on the top side and bottom side of the hill as well as down or up the hill. In … Continue reading

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Venn Diagram

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Blog entry 3/14

It was slightly warm this morning. I decided to take my coat off. I had heard many sparrows flying through the green plants. I walked down the hill, at the base, on the muddy path. Then I walked to my … Continue reading

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Map

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Blog entry 3/11

I enjoyed my walk along Riverside. I usually only go to one spot, by my favorite tree. I noticed there was a fence was added around the tree. The tree also got a plaque a couple years ago. I used … Continue reading

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Riverside, NYC Spot

I have found a spot in NYC, riverside, around 112th street. I was drawn by the three pines. It reminded me of Vermont, where I’d see pines everywhere. In Riverside there are mostly deciduous trees and shrubby plants. My spot … Continue reading

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Blog entry 3/8

Although its warmer, winter is still very much alive! The first thing I noticed that was different was that there were more human prints as well as dog prints. As its warmer and the sun is shining, it’s the perfect … Continue reading

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