Autumn

The ultimate secret garden (posted on location)

The ultimate secret garden (posted on location)

I had to add this secret garden at Wellesley College, in the same areas as the others, noted in the previous post. This one is up a small hill from the path, under small and large fir trees. They frame tiny and beautiful waterfall, spilling from the rocks. When I saw it, I knew I […]

Check out this little guy! Nature’s miracle in a Spring Peeper

Check out this little guy! Nature’s miracle in a Spring Peeper

Leave it to my son to find this tiny Spring Peeper. Nothing escapes this guy: We used to love hearing them in the early spring, peeping in the local swamp. One year we had a lone peeper in the tarp of our swimming pool! I felt bad he never found his mate. We were treated […]

How I run away from home … for lunch! The secret gardens of Wellesley College

How I run away from home … for lunch! The secret gardens of Wellesley College

Sometimes you just want to run away from home. It’s not that home’s so bad. In fact, home is great! But the warm autumn weather beckons, tinged with a crisp breeze, and it carries you away to beautiful places. In my quest to get to the local CVS during lunch to pick up a pound […]

Remember doing this as a kid?

Remember doing this as a kid?

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A quintessential New England autumn in Concord, Massachusetts

A quintessential New England autumn in Concord, Massachusetts

Autumn in New England this year has been positively spectacular. In central Massachusetts where I live, the color is peaking this week. I haven’t seen such brilliant reds, yellows and oranges in years. Driving down the Massachusetts Turnpike every morning greeted by the rolling hills of fiery colors tucked among still-green trees starts starts off […]

A Radical Scheme – guest post by Lori Erickson of Spiritual Travels

A Radical Scheme – guest post by Lori Erickson of Spiritual Travels

“Nature is, above all, profligate. Don’t believe them when they tell you how economical and thrifty nature is, whose leaves return to the soil. Wouldn’t it be cheaper to leave them on the tree in the first place? This deciduous business alone is a radical scheme, the brainchild of a deranged manic-depressive with limitless capital. […]

Yellow, gold, orange, scarlet … the colors of Autumn

Yellow, gold, orange, scarlet … the colors of Autumn

Autumn … one of the many reasons why I will never leave New England. While out on my lunchtime walk on the Brook Path in Wellesley, the color orange followed me everywhere. It began with this: This fungi really intrigued me, I don’t believe I’ve ever seen such a brilliant color of orange on a […]

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