The Spring Awakening
Musings from Trebo Road... Many things around us change as a result of spring. It is nature's way of waking up the environment. Birds and trees give a lot of information as to how things change.
Thu, Apr 30 2009
The Woodpecker-A Different Bird
Musings from Trebo Road... Woodpeckers are unusual birds. They differ in many ways from the birds we are familiar with.
Tue, Apr 14 2009
Outsmarted by Red Squirrels
Musings from Trebo Road... Red squirrels are ingenious animals. They know where to find food and will go to lengths to get food, especially around bird feeders.
Sat, Apr 04 2009
Vermont Maple Syrup
Musings from Trebo Road... Vermont is the largest producer of maple syrup. It comes in different grades. It takes about 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup, The video on the right shows how maple syrup is produced.
Tue, Mar 31 2009
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Mud Season in Vermont
Musings from Trebo Road... The vlog gives an overview of mud season in Vermont. It occurs in varying degrees each year. There is another video shot by another person and is a good representation of mud season, very similar to what we are experiencing on our road. It is to your right.
Thu, Mar 26 2009
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Whoooo was that?
Musings from Trebo Road... (photo by Phil Bravin) The newspaper article (copyright-Message of the Week, Chester, VT): By Paul Larochelle - Editor If you travel Trebo Road, take a glance here and there upwards for this handsome aviary ambassador who has taken up residence in Chester. Described by Chester photographer, Phil Bravin, as a barred owl, the raptor is probably hunting for a [...]
Thu, Mar 26 2009
Musings from Trebo Road... This blog/vlog reflects my thoughts while I am puttering around my house in the woods of south-central Vermont. I am going to intentionally cover a wide range of subjects--not limiting myself to themes or single subjects. They may range from the weather to how grass grows in Vermont, with some politics thrown in. This is my "freedom of expression" platform. Blogs a...
Fri, Feb 15 2008
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