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Waterfall in Dummerston
This waterfall is actually in Dummerston, way up on Stickney Brook Road
Waterfall in Dummerston
Waterfall in Dummerston
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Bears tearing up our compost bin
The bear came and tore up our compost bin that had been locked.  We've had the bid for 30 years.  Seemed particularly aggressive, and I am quite concerned.  Contact the game warden if this happens to you.
Bears tearing up our compost bin
Bears tearing up our compost bin
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We went to the woods of Black Mountain and an orange object caught our attention.  We wondered whether it was some garbage, but realized it was a plant.  That moment of recognition was special.  Of course, I had to name it, and it turned out to be a Scarlet...
Dummerston Sightings
Dummerston Sightings
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At Connie Woodberry's house, on Partridge Road, a bear showed up at her house.  It looked around, smelled a magnolia flower, and then wandered down to the brook. She was happy to have gone to the Ben Kilham's program sponsored by the Dummerston Conservation...
Dummerston Sightings
Dummerston Sightings
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Spring at Black Mountain
On Black Mountain, a spotted wintergreen revealed itself after the snow had melted. Also, remember, ticks are probably out now.
Spring at Black Mountain
Spring at Black Mountain
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Spring on Black Mountain
A spotted wintergreen revealed itself after the snow melted.
Spring on Black Mountain
Spring on Black Mountain
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It's coming.  It's coming.  The bears are awake.  Saw these prints yesterday.
Dummerston Sightings
Dummerston Sightings
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Patterns in Nature
The trees never stop providing beauty.  What could this be?
Patterns in Nature
Patterns in Nature
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expect the unexpected
We know everything wonderful grows in Dummerston, but I didn't expect this to be growing from sphagnum moss.
expect the unexpected
expect the unexpected
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new snow
The slate has been cleared with the new wonderful snow.  Almost cleared.  Here are some old tracks with my foot in the foreground.  The tracks line up perfectly.  This gray squirrel was the last to move after the snow began.
new snow
new snow
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