Tag Archives: Trustees of Reservations
Just east of the Quabbin Reservoir is the Rock House Reservation. There are indeed large rocks there. There is a natural tunnel just to the right of center created by fallen rocks that I will try to photograph some day. … Continue reading
With the water at high levels, I am taking advantage and visiting some of my regular haunts that I usually see with a lower flow. Bear’s Den is a The Trustees of Reservations property in New Salem, MA. The lore … Continue reading
Chapelbrook Falls, Ashfield, MA. on a dim and drizzly day.
Today was so confusing. There was a glimmer of a sunrise, followed by the sky becoming quite overcast by late morning. Murphy and I went for a walk and a snow squall popped by for a short visit. This afternoon … Continue reading
Something to reflect on….
When Goldenrod isn’t golden well then it’s Silver-rod. At North Common Meadow in Petersham-a Trustees of Reservations property. The flower The whole flower And nothing but the flower. Ouch. New computer on the way. My present computer just sits and … Continue reading
My holy grail for the late summer is the Fringed Gentian (Gentianopsis crinita). If I find one you will see why. Or maybe you already have seen them and know why. However, the calendar says it is still a bit … Continue reading
Not the blog, exactly. Yesterday’s post was from yesterday. Today’s is from the day before. One of my goals on this “staycation” was to visit a few new places. As much as I enjoy Acadia, which was the plan once … Continue reading
Anyone in the mood for a cold shower? Chapel Brook Falls is made up of two upper sections as well as a few lesser falls below the main two. See here for some warmer times at this location. My position … Continue reading