Wednesday, April 13, 2011

lately i have been experimenting with a trail cam in my back yard,
i must say the results have been pretty good.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Five days on Green River Reservoir in Vermont

This is not your typical Vermont State Park – Green River Reservoir provides camping and paddling experiences in a remote setting. All campsites can only be reached by paddling to them - some a 1 to 2-mile paddle from the launch site.

.        my son and i heading out

        crossing the reservoir heading for green river inlet

               setting up camp
            exploring the rivers inlet


        follow the link below to see a map of the park ,our site was #13

       this park is a hidden treasure,the abundance of wildlife was amazing.
       we saw bear, moose,otters,loons,eagles,hawks,osprey and at night the
       forest came alive with wildlife sounds.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

The lesser-known villages of the quabbin valley

 The area within the quabbin boundaries known as Doubleday village is a fairly remote area of land located on the northeastern side of the quabbin watershed near Petersham , Approximately 24 people called this place home. There are many old roads and stonewalls that seem to wander endlessly through the hills.
Several ponds and streams are visible along the way and it makes for a most enjoyable hike.

Doubleday village

village center

upper Doubleday mill site on fever brook

the mill when it was still in place