Does the pine stimulate my imagination and my hopes more deeply than the birch does? If so? is the difference in the trees, or in me?
The only conclusion I have ever reached is that I love all trees, but I am […]
If you listen closely, you can hear the old places singing.
The small creaks in the fallen log as small feet pitter across.
The wind, rustling the tops of pine trees, pushing cold autumn air into the nooks […]
“Every natural object is a conductor of divinity and only by coming into contact with them… may we be filled with the Holy Ghost.” -John Muir
Since my first journey into the pine stands of Centennial Woods, I […]
The pine stand is mostly dominated by vegetation, thus provides a thick cover for small mammals and birds. If you travel into the woods early enough, you can hear the chirps from the trees. Although it is […]
Most of the stand is comprised of large conifers including Eastern Hemlocks and Eastern White Pines. There are some pockets of American Beech, Norway Maple, Red Maple, and Sugar Maple along the trail. On the […]
Centennial Woods is one of the most pristine and natural places near my home in Burlington. The Woods contains a very intricate system of ecosystems and array of trails for visitors to observe their surroundings. […]
1. Turn on to Main St.
2. Turn North on to East Av. (Towards UVM Police Station and Hospital Parking)
3. Turn right on to Carrigan Dr.
4. In less than a quarter mile, the destination in on your […]