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The Last Visit

It has been really great getting to see this area change throughout the phenological year. Back in August, when I first visit the Redstone Woods, the area was completely different. The pine trees were thick with green needles and the ground was clear and filled with green grass. Now, on my last visit, the trees […]

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LOCATION:  https://www.google.com/maps/place/Point+of+Woods+Park/@39.913293,-74.9595569,18z/data=!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x89c134b79ffe885b:0x95fc8f04c6f07df6!2sPoint+of+Woods,+Cherry+Hill,+NJ+08003!3b1!8m2!3d39.9095577!4d-74.9573896!3m4!1s0x89c134c9b1eb7a01:0x6f92d12eb3a24b28!8m2!3d39.9141287!4d-74.9593071 DESCRIPTION:  Cold air moves around in a hurry, pestering the fallen leaves the make a loud crunching noise. The falling sun shines rays through the thinning leaves. Squirrels play and chatter with each other as small, earth-toned birds chirp above. Bamboo invades this space, trying to get along with the existing plants and […]

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My childhood neighborhood has two parks. One of which is located just down the street from my house and the other one is about 4 blocks away. The further of the two parks was named the “Far Far Away Park” after I complained enough times that walk was too long for my 4-year-old legs. In […]

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A Poem

A Day In The Woods  The Red Stone Woods are a fine place to be if you stand tall like the white pine tree. Standing tall, blowing in the wind each each day they seem to be thinned. The time passes by as their branches reach to the sky. Needles cover the ground making small […]

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In my next visit to the Redstone Woods, things looked a lot different. The previously green grassy ground is not entirely covered with a thick blanket of orange pine needles. The covering of pine needles is between one to two inches so it has drastically changed the appearance of the area. This time I noticed […]

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Coming to UVM was a scary transition in my life. Falling in love with the Vermont scenery certainly helped me in that transition. In the beginning of the year, I lived in Wright Hall on Redstone Campus. A place that helped me to feel at home from the start was the Redstone Woods. From the sidewalk, it […]

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