Monthly Archives: March 2017
Dunlop Brook runs through Romer Woods, a 141 acre parcel that was recently protected for Amherst’s water supply. Robert Romer sold it to the town for a nice reduced price to maintain the water quality and see it protected into … Continue reading
One way to eliminate the constant din of the world is to spend some time enveloped in the sound of moving water.
After the sunrise shot from Enfield Lookout posted a few days ago, I wandered to see if there was anything a bit more intimate. I noticed how this rock resembles a human profile, albeit a bit exaggerated, and liked the … Continue reading
On February 25th, I visited Hop Brook in Holland Glen off Route 9 in Belchertown, MA., a spot that had been one of my most visited places. A few years back, I found it to be a bit unappealing as … Continue reading
Although the view seems a bit cold, and it was chilly for sure, this is how March 20 began here in Western Massachusetts. The snow is melting quickly as we have had several 40° to almost 50° days in a … Continue reading