Monthly Archives: November 2017

Picture of Cliffs at Lone Rock Point!

I was unable to figure out how to post this photo but seemed to figure it out. On the northern side of the peninsula are quite grand rock formations. Very clearly can you see bedrock varieties change at about 15 … Continue reading

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Comparison with Mount Toby

Over break I had the pleasure of visiting one of my favorite mountains back home in Massachusetts. I am technically from Hadley but went to Amherst schools. Although Amherst feels like a space of natural wonder, Leverett, its hilly neighbor … Continue reading

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Introduction to Lone Rock Penisula

Hello World! This is my first post in a year long phenology project where we choose a place within Burlington and follow the natural progression of seasonal changes and natural changes throughout the year. I chose a location north of … Continue reading

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