Author Archives: ebeall
Centennial Woods is a natural area open to the public. People go on hikes, run, bike, bird watch, etc. Often it’s a great place where people walk their dogs. It’s enjoyed not only by people at UVM but other residents … Continue reading
Usually I’m pulled to stay By a flying string Hear birds to find Think of flowing water Now While there is a connection There’s a distance Voices soft and quiet Saying it’s okay to go You have work to do … Continue reading
The mud molded my rough black boots as I carried myself down the trail for the last time. All I could think about was all the studying I had to do and that I had to get done quickly. I … Continue reading
Today I went to my spot in search to find spring plants popping up from the ground. I hadn’t found any woody plants but I did find drooping intermediate wood fern leftover from the Fall. I was excited to see … Continue reading
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
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
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.