How did I manage to go 26 years without the over-the-top spring color of the Reeves-Reed Arboretum?
Go figure. It’s been that kind of summer. Then Saturday in rained all day. But still at sunset we were able to walk down to the beach after (an early) dinner and see a rainbow over the ocean. Also on the agenda, a trip to Sandy Hook and a walk up the lighthouse. Plus, cool […]
By “fauna” I mean bugs. This dragonfly was kind enough to pose. A spider in his web. This took us a long time to focus on, and I don’t remember if Claire or I got this one. The butterfly hung around a long time, and let me get close enough to almost fill the frame. […]
As we neared Verona on the West Essex Trail this last Sunday, an ominious sound was heard in the distance. A muffled thumping, it got louder and louder as we went, until we realized it was the Verona High School Marching Band rehearsing.
Abandoned rail lines are being weeded, paved, gravelled and generally re-surfaced to be the next wave of urban, suburban and rural recreation.
F. took this last week.
Why? Taken in the huge salt marsh between the Wildwoods and the mainland.