Tag Archives: Mountains

First touch of Winter

The long drought has ended. Rain, day of rain have soaked the soil leaving us with a shortage of around nine inches more to make up for Gaia’s stinginess. What can one expect when there are hordes of misfits torturing … Continue reading

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Summertime sunset on Mt Abe

Mt. Abe is one of the taller peaks in the Green Mountains and is south of Camel’s Hump. Having this height it gets a full set of seasonal changes and weather changes during the seasons. I’ve made different photos of … Continue reading

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Think the grass is greener

When the summer heat is on, the blacktop shimmers and the mirages appear in parking lots and you just long for those cold days of winter…remember there is another side to heat relief. One forgets that the green grass on … Continue reading

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A July afternoon in the Champlain Valley

July in Vermont in haying, tending crops such as garden products and seeing how all the corn is. With school out the creeks and rivers are filled with kids and families cooling off. Then it’s back to the farm for … Continue reading

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One of the two views…

… in Vermont will have a tree, mountains and cows. No one is sure but that may be required by law. So to protect my legal position here is the ubiquitous Vermont photo. The other mandated photo requires snow. I’m … Continue reading

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Road into Lincoln

Coming from the south hills one gets this view of the hollow where Lincoln sits and the Lewis Creek burbles down the side of the Green Mountains. Here Gove Hill Road intersects with River Road, dividing that road into East … Continue reading

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On a clear day…

…you can see at least to the mountains. This view of Camel Hump is from near Lake Champlain in Ferrisburgh isn’t always this clear because of the humidity near the lake. Move inland about a mile and the air is … Continue reading

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An afternoon stroll

A mild day in January is a rarity and nothing to be wasted. Any chance to get out of the house, to break the cabin fever is welcome. While no one expects 70° temperatures, something in the 40° range to … Continue reading

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Spring in Vermont

One might guess from the look of the land that you are in the throes of winter. Well you are not. This is the first day of Spring, a cause of celebration. This is sugaring time, getting into the knee … Continue reading

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Camels Hump- two views

Camels Hump, one of the well known Green Mountain peaks is usually seen from the Lake Champlain side. It is easily seen traveling up Rte 7 from Charlotte and Shelburne. Here is a view taken from Ferrisburgh, out by Hawkins … Continue reading

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