Why do leaves turn such brilliant colors in the fall? The answer lies in the chemis-tree (get it?).
The cool and crisp mornings, and shortening daylight hours. That familiar sound of the Canada Geese calling from above as they fly south in their V-shape formation. The morning frost on the pumpkin displayed on the porch. These are all signs that summer has come to an end. Here in the North Country, it feels as […]
Back in May, before I had moved to Franconia Notch State Park to be an Interpretive Ranger with Monica Casey (my fellow interpreter), the two of us rented a movie from the local library about the park. We were excited to learn more about where we would be spending the upcoming months. This video, similar […]
It’s not too late to save a date! A date to camp that is – and boy is it the best time to do so. With fall foliage and few campers at the sites, you can find solace in the beauty of the woods. These sites in particular bask in the sunlight during the day […]
By Jonathan Rager, Interpretive Ranger at Monadnock State Park. Photo credits by Stamati Anagnostou, also, Interpretive Ranger at Monadnock State Park. The gentleman below is deeply fascinated with this leaf. He often ponders and looks for leaves that are full of colorful personalities, much like himself and his fellow intern. Here we have a rarity. […]