Monthly Archives: November 2017
Centennial Woods is composed of 65 acres of mixed hardwood stands, conifer stands, meadows, and riparian zones. In the early 1900s, the land was owned by a dairy farmer by the name of Fred Fiske. Fred was originally from Brookfield, … Continue reading
Building a Covered Bridge in Connecticut and a Link to the Past (NY Times) Richard Perry- The Bridge Out Back (INK Publications with photos by yours truly) Gold Mine Covered Bridge (VT Bridges) Connecticut to Get New Authentic Covered Bridge … Continue reading
One of the most important attributes of place is the feeling of belonging and love that it brings. Since I was raised close to the farm, I remember sledding down the hill, drinking hot cocoa from the porch, and watching … Continue reading
Centennial Woods and Greenbriar Farm have similar ecology because of their geographical locations. While Greenbriar Farm contains a large pond, Centennial Woods only has a small brook running through it. At the shores of the pond, you can notice small … Continue reading
This spot is located across the street from my childhood home. The farm consists of the main house, a six-stall stable with living quarters upstairs, a covered bridge, a few outbuildings, and a pond. It’s one of my favorite places … Continue reading
Winter is coming. There is a chill in the air. Leaves crunch under my feet.