Where We Went : Widow White Reservation - Lanesboro, MA When We Went : Early April & again in Late May Difficulty (Boots 1 - 10) : Steep in places, but mostly easy walking on wide wood roads 2.5 Boots Trail Length : NO...
Still, there is a legend to be told. to The story of a tireless woman who once walked this stretch of Appalachian Trail in the pitch dark at 2 a.m. for a newspaper scoop.
“The fields and the woods are a great deal like the books we read: the more we become familiar with printed page or forest path, the oftener we return to certain thoughts and trails that lead us back to scenes and associations enjoyed before.”
“Too many of us go through life without really looking, blind to the world around us.” — Hal Borland
Re-framing the outdoors through kid-tinted glasses.
It’s been one year since these photos were taken.
After this hike, as we sat in the warmth of the close-quartered and crowded Harvest Barn, munching on pastries and cake, mask-free. How could we know that in a few short weeks this simple moment shared with family would be something we took completely for granted.
Between 1968-1970, Bulkeley implored readers to contribute to a list of the largest and most notable trees in the Berkshires. Responses were steady and 100+ trees were ultimately recorded.
Where We Went : Thomas & Palmer Brook - Great Barrington When We Went : Early February Difficulty (Boots 1 - 10) : 1 Boot Trail Length : .5 mile Pasture Trail / About a mile up wood road How Long it Took Us : We were there almost an hour before M dunked himself...