A couple of hundred years of polluting the river nearly killed it. How fortunate for us that nature is resilient. Today, The Blackstone Canal is beginning to recover, but it’s slow. In the early autumn it is as smooth as… Read More ›
On a pond on a sunny summer’s day, on a shiny pond on Cape Cod, a gaggle of Canada geese came to visit.
Autumnal equinox in the northern latitudes. September. A week in Ogunquit, Maine. A tiny place but close to the beach and the river. Quiet this time of year. Most tourists are gone, now, so the streets aren’t crowded. There is… Read More ›