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Category Archives: Interesting natural forms

Rocks

Posted on by Anne Cox

Yesterday afternoon, in the bright cold sun of the Ides of March, we took a walk around Mosquito Head, something we hadn’t done for a while. Ella ruled the rocks and was impatient when we dawdled too long. Maggie was pretty happy scrambling over the rocks as well. Who knew that mini-poodles are actually part […]

Pleaching progress

Posted on by Anne Cox

I’ve been working at pleaching the line of apples by the house raised bed garden for several years now. Winter is the time to see how the trees have grown together over the years. Pretty cool. The seven saplings I planted maybe eight years ago (though I can’t remember just when) are becoming one, just […]

Marsh walk

Posted on by Anne Cox

Today was a crisp clear Fall day after our first hard frost of the season. Julie and I took the dogs for a walk behind the building that will be the new town library, to the town marsh. Wow. What a lovely spot. Interesting criss-crosses on the rocks. Maybe different glaciers sliding by. And then […]

Rockland breakwater

Posted on by Julie Wortman

My sister, Kay, and niece, Hannah have been visiting. We went out to the Rockland breakwater one of the days they were here. I spent most of my walk on this bright sunny day looking at shadows and rocks. circles and lines. Sometimes it’s the big picture; sometimes, the small. We didn’t get all the […]