Category Archives: Woodlands

Slow burn

Slow burn At the most recent Coot-Together, the twice-a-month gathering of The Over the Hill Gang at a local bar and grill, five of us were telling our best tree-felling stories. You know how those yarns work: we try to … Continue reading

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Getting ready for winter – in April?

Getting ready for winter – in April? Old timers say there are only two seasons in the North Country: Winter Getting Ready for Winter But that’s hyperbole. Each of the four seasons grace the North Country’s landscape with a different … Continue reading

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Ironwood revenge

Ironwood revenge Evening walks are not so easy or so spirit-soothing these days on unsteady legs that caution “slowly” for fear of tumbling down the face of the limestone bluff that plunges into Trout River Valley several hundred tree-stump-studded and … Continue reading

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