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Constant rain is good weather for ducks…
Here are the ducks. And the Osprey Some of my birds from years past…
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Brick Klin Lane in Pembroke; 1966 & 2011.
Found an old photograph (but not the negative, unfortunately) of the remains of the old shipyard launching ramp from 1966 and the same spot in 2011 re-purposed as the Pembroke Town Landing on the North River. In 1966 there is … Continue reading
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Trash pickup successful…coyote still there if you want it.
Nice to finally feel well enough to get out and do something useful. So on last Saturday, before today’s return of Winter, we gathered along the banks of the North River and picked up trash.
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NSRWA river cleanup 2014
NSRWA’s 2014 River Clean Up Day Saturday April 12, 2014 Schedule of events: 10 am – 12 pm NSRWA’s Annual Clean Up There will be captains at each clean up station (see list below)to give you instructions and trash bags. … Continue reading
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Got back to photography today: The Kayak Launch Area Report.
So, where to begin. Down the road to Weymouth Landing State Ramp, six weeks ago the ice was pretty bad. Today, O.K. But I’m shocked at how fast this ramp, it’s stonework mainly, is deteriorating. Big pieces have already fallen … Continue reading
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Scituate Ramp in October.
After a dental cleaning, what would you do with the rest of the afternoon? Cloudy days like this can be a challenge. Sun comes and goes, light changes suddenly. But sometimes when the clouds are like this in the Fall … Continue reading
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A sandy area formed at (and by) the confluence of the North and South Rivers, in Scituate.
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Getting “into” Summer.
Indian Head River between Hanover and Pembroke. Get out, enjoy the sun, the wind, sounds of the river. This Red-Wing Blackbird flew amazingly close to my head and had a beautiful call of alarm (or warning me for all I … Continue reading
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Five inch (plus) rain
Luddam’s Ford spillway after over five inches of rain overnight… Normally… Downstream… This riverside home, high moon tide (normal maximum) Add rain…
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After the deluge
Send Lawyers, Guns and Money…Send Axes, Saws and Hip Boots! That Tree has to go! (at the Indian Head River launch off Elm Street, to be precise) Seriously, that downed tree has to go… When you push off from the … Continue reading
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