Before going to Lone Rock for my last time this semester, I did some research about its human history. Lone Rock is believed to be a site used by the Abenaki Tribe for a range of activities, due to its lake […]
Rock Point, Lake Champlain. Postcard[Photograph]. (2010, June 4). PSAW ephemera collections, SeeSaw Blog In L. Cowan (Comp.).
After learning about naturalist, Edward Abbey during class, I became interested […]
The November winds today were fierce and sharp as I stood next to a cedar tree and gazed into the sun, which was glaring amidst the clouds. The trees surrounding me stood, some completely bear, […]
Warm sunlight still blazes my skin and eyes as a cool breeze blows my hair. Bees fly around pollinating the numerous small and delicate purple white tinted flowers. These flowers have around 8-10 petals each […]
I chose Lone Rock, a cliff above north beach. I bike there, which takes about 14 minutes, and I chose Lone Rock because out of the places I was deciding between, I felt the most connection to it. I loved the v […]