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The question is not what you look at, but what you see. - Henry David Thoreau

(Photos by A Curious Introvert)

As we journey out into the world each day we encounter various opportunities, experiences, images and people in the universe and it is the careful observer who takes the time to truly observe the wonder and promise of everything around them. 456 more words


A Thoreau Saturday

“Home” means so many things. On the most basic level it’s simply a location, the place where one lives. It’s also the physical structure, the house or apartment that is home. 359 more words


HDT knew was he was talking about

“Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them.”
― Henry David Thoreau

Desperation – the recklessness of despair. 912 more words

Rest In Peace

Thoreau Family Pencil Making 1:00pm-2:00pm Saturdays: September 5, 12, 19, & 26, 2015

Come and learn about the Thoreau family’s pencil making business! Henry David Thoreau is a renowned as a writer and thinker, but he was also a very “hands on” person. 65 more words

Henry David Thoreau

Henry & Walden's Former Inhabitants; Wednesdays: September 9 & 23, 2015, 5-6pm

Join a park interpreter at the Thoreau house replica, near the main parking lot, for a walk to the house sites of former slaves Zilpa White and Cato Ingraham and the site of Thoreau’s bean field. 30 more words


Recommendations from the Road

In our travels this summer, I’ve had the great good fortune to experience lots of amazing things. Here is a list of lists of some of the highlights. 1,042 more words


Evening Ramble; 5-6pm, Mondays: September 7 & 21; Wednesdays: September 2, 16, & 30, 2015

Join park staff at the Thoreau house replica, near the main parking lot, for a program about Henry David Thoreau, his stay at Walden Pond, his literary, environmental and human rights legacy. 28 more words

Henry David Thoreau