Elusive wildflowers – Part 16 – Clintonia

Bluebead lily is a common flower that I'm never on time for.

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Elusive Flora

So this isn't a wildflower, but I'm going to put it in my Elusive Wildflowers category because it's got to go somewhere. There is also some irony in this little story, too, and that's always fun. As I said in my last post, this will most likely be my final spring in New Hampshire. When... Continue Reading →

Fate and the Irony of Bloodroot

This post is going to be dual purpose. To showcase these beautiful flowers and to announce that this will probably be a short wildflower season for me here in NH. And probably the last for the foreseeable future. I'm moving out of New Hampshire. Out of New England too. Wisconsin. That's where I'm headed. Husband... Continue Reading →

Forest in repose

February, being cold, blizzardy, snowy and miserable I didn't get out much. March is different. I've been out a couple of times and look what I saw - Sunlight in the snowy forest can take on so many aspects. Shadows on smooth snow is one of the best though. This one is from the Pulpit... Continue Reading →

Brennan Falls Reserve

Recently a joint venture between the Piscataquog Land Conservancy and the Francestown Land Trust resulted in the acquisition of 149 acres of land under easement and protection from development. The official name is Diane and John R. Schott Brennan Falls Reserve, but I think folks will refer to it as The Brennan Falls Reserve or... Continue Reading →

There’s this thing I do

that I call 'Yard Macros'. It's when I go into the yard for some camera therapy. I live in the 'burbs. On a tiny plot of sand. I suck at gardening. As much as I'd like a nicely landscaped yard, I don't (once I attempted it, but it didn't take). I can't stand yard work or... Continue Reading →

Kayaking season

Woo hoo! I can't believe I waited so long to buy a kayak. Seriously, I love it. On quiet water is such a wonderful place to be. I seek out less frequented ponds, lakes and rivers. Avoiding powerboats as much as possible. I like to slip into side channels or very shallow spots and await... Continue Reading →

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