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Thoughts on Walden Pond by Organics Studio

This is going to be a bit on the difficult side to write. Really do not want to write about something negatively, but I think that another perspective might be helpful. 600 more words

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Still Life of the Pond

I don’t realize how freeing it is until I jump off the stone wall and pick up my gear. It is only as I head off along the sand, making my way around the bend in the shoreline that I am able to appreciate my decision. 655 more words

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THE AUTHORS AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN CONCORD

In honor of April being National Poetry Month, we share the connection of the literary icons of Concord (MA) and its American Revolution heritage. Concord historian Jayne Gordon wrote about these connections in an appendix in our recent release “A Single Blow.” Below is part of that text. 1,669 more words

Earth Day at Walden

Earth Day and finally Spring arrives. It wafts through the air, winding down the sun warmed path. 

I pull into the gates. The DCR ranger is on duty once more, collecting money as cars file in. 230 more words

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Woods Walk #NationalPoetryMonth #NaPoWriMo

Happy National Poetry Month! This month I am tagging along with poet/author Amy Ludwig VanDerwater during what has become her annual NPM Project. You can click here to learn more about this straight from Amy! 588 more words

The Stillness of Water

On Friday I seek silence … and in early April the soft snow dampens the earth and soil, quelling the sound of bird and voice …  313 more words

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Walden Pond, which inspired Thoreau, is being killed by urine

Hordes of swimmers have used Walden Pond as a bathroom for generations, a new study says.

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