I had the pleasure of meeting Joel Clement, climate expert and former director of the Office of Policy Analysis at the Dept. of the Interior, this week to hear him […]
The forensics of past glaciers: Are there huge boulders that couldn’t be moved by the wind or rivers? Are there little hills and ridges made of rocks, dirt, sediment? Can […]
When I was growing up, my dad would sometimes refer to moose as swamp donkeys, I think because it made us laugh. While driving around Errol, NH yesterday morning, I […]
Glacially molded bedrock and striations? Me too.
I’m moving back to Maine this week and U-Haul is my moving truck of choice. I was overjoyed by their email, which ended with: Moving to Maine? Did you know… […]
Most people don’t pay much attention to spring time leaves. BUT THEY ARE AMAZING! The colors are just as diverse as in the autumn, and the feeling of warmth and […]
I’d like to take a moment to say how grateful I am for my hiking companion. She goes at a good pace, is great at pointing out squirrels, carries her […]