Written by Emily Brodsky The alarm went off at 3 AM. I lay on the cabin floor, my breath visible in the cold night air. The fire, which had been blazing at bedtime, by now had dampened to a few glowing embers. Imagining the dazzling show that awaited me outside, I resisted the temptation to [...]Posted 557 days ago.
by Danielle Owczarski During the first cold days of fall in Burlington, I had a chance encounter with a handsome slug on my way to catch the bus. As I hurried past, it glided effortlessly across the moistened slate walkway, its black leopard-print pattern catching my eye. The image of the mysterious figure drifted through my [...]Posted 587 days ago.
By Danielle Owczarski Far from Burlington, hidden in the low basin of the Nulhegan River in the Northeast Kingdom, awaits a little known National Fish and Wildlife Refuge. The 26,000 acres of refugium established in 1999 encompasses three headwater tributaries to the Nulhegan River, itself a tributary to the 7.2 million acre Connecticut River…[Read more]Posted 597 days ago.
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