More striking even than their appearance is the song they sing. Male Bobolinks warble a long, bubbly song. A song so inspiring it caught the ear of Emily Dickinson, who called the bobolink “the rowdy of the meadow.”
The petals of this little flower are a kind of deep red, almost oxblood in color and they can’t be confused with anything else you see on the ground.
Nordic skaters wear regular cross-country ski boots with special bindings and blades designed for speed, gliding distance and stability on ungroomed natural or “wild” ice.
Antique bricks represent a small part of human civilization. And Patrick Branley searches demolition sites throughout Vermont and most of New England to find them.
For a child who may have trouble walking, or cannot stay focused, or has difficulty communicating with people, the mere fact of being safely perched high on the back of a horse can be transformative.
Every year, Londonderry loggers Jock Harvey and Philip Miller gather sap and make maple syrup together. Philip brings his family along for quality control; son Daigh has become an accomplished syrup tester.
There are 3,000 moose in the Vermont forests, and while they may look ungainly, they are the unchallenged apex animals of the woods.
When Nathanial Buell met Laura Bence in January 2012, neither of them knew that the powers of corporate America would bring them together. At the time, Laura’s company, IBM, had just acquired Nate’s small security software company, which was located near Boston. Shortly after the business deal was settled, the two were asked by their […]
Does anyone remember the old comic strip called Li’l Abner?
Where you are happy to spend vast amounts of money and time cultivating daffodils for their yellow flowers, you will likewise exert yourself and open your checkbook to be rid of dandelions.