Since my last visit to Lone Rock, many, many things have changed. First and most obvious was part of the lake freezing over! This was so beautiful to experience from the height of lone rock and the comparison […]
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 […]