Monthly Archives: September 2010

"Who Breaks A Butterfly On The Wheel?"

What did I do this summer? Well, despite the dry, hot season here in the New Jersey Pine Barrens (pine cones were cracking open on trees in July) and the lack of blooming plants (some orchids failed to put out … Continue reading

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Hobobotany

Had to improvise a bit the other day. I needed to get my kayak to a body of water, the closest point of access being a mile down these old railroad tracks. Rigging it up like this actually worked rather … Continue reading

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The Enchanted Isle

Attended a charity fundraiser off the shores of Manhattan Island. Some truly lovely sailboats were out that evening. Sunset on the Manhattan skyline was spectacular. Puttered up the Hudson, then down around Ellis, Liberty, and Governor’s Islands, then up the … Continue reading

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