The sky turned white and it snowed (sideways) for 36 hours this weekend. With the return of feels-like-January weather, I can feel that I have a severe case of cabin fever (it's a real thing). cab·in fe·ver noun (informal) irritability, listlessness, and similar symptoms resulting from long confinement or isolation indoors during the winter. Yes, … Continue reading Snow, Snow, Go Away (Cabin Fever)
It's that time of year again—the time in late December when I get cozy in our warm house, watch the snow fall, and think about the new year. It's also time for my annual summary of the places I've been this year. This is the fourth year in a row that I've summarized my travels, and I … Continue reading Places of 2016
I haven't had too much time to write the past few weeks, so this is just a quick post to hit some highlights of my travel last week. I flew to Burlington, VT, for work and then traveled with a few colleagues to a meeting at a rustic location extreme northeast corner of New Hampshire. I … Continue reading Last Week’s Travels: Northern New Hampshire
For the third year in a row, I thought it would be good to summarize the highlights of my travels over the past year. I find it really helpful to have these summaries to help me remember all of the places I went in a single year (see 2013 and 2014 posts). Work Travel Most of my … Continue reading Places of 2015
Last week I was in Vermont and had the opportunity to check out Shelburne Farms, and impressive historic estate that's now an educational center for farming. Being early December, much of the place was closed for the winter, including the historic home (truly a mansion!), the barns, and the Children's Farmyard with actual animals. The trails and … Continue reading Long Walk
Field trips aren't just for schoolchildren—foresters go on them too. Here are a few highlights from a recent trip to Harvard Forest in central Massachusetts.
After a long streak of no-travel, I had a long streak with travel. Three weeks of travel in a four-week period, seven states, lots and lots of meetings. It was fun, but it was exhausting. The highlight? Experiencing early spring in three different locations. Spring #1: Walden Pond During my trip across much of New England, I … Continue reading Three Versions of Spring
After a good long while with no travel, I'm back on the road—this time for a two-week travel-ganza across five New England states. I'm halfway done and figured it was time to post some pics and highlights from the trip so far. Connecticut, Part 1 We (one of my co-workers joined me for the first … Continue reading Back and Forth across Southern New England