The Mount Philo Forever Fund is hosting a benefit ‘Pheast for Philo’ on Saturday, October 3 from 4:30–7 p.m. at the Mt. Philo State Park summit. The fund was set up in honor of Will Cameron Hagedorn, a Charlotte resident who worked at the park when he passed away in 2013.
Roger Binkerd is an amateur photographer and said of the lunar event, “Last night was a gift from God. I just showed-up.”
have now sent three kids off to college, and each time it was time. They went and didn’t look back. That’s hard. But I know it’s right. My middle child recently noted how all my kids are great at heading off without looking back. “It’s what you want, right? You know you’ve done a good job, right?” Right.
To follow up on the hunting at the Charlotte beach, I spoke at some length with Dana Joyal, our resident game warden. He was at the beach opening weekend and is vigilant in checking the credentials of all hunters he encounters.
wenty years hence we have a field of solar trackers next to our home. Our pastoral view of Lewis Creek has been trashed.
Pretty soon buoys appeared, other boats passed, and I began to contemplate the major role water has played in my life—or at least most of it. And it has not been simply one waterway or one type of water.
Many of those Vermont employees started new businesses (such as Vermont Teddy Bear, Gardeners Supply and Williamson Publishing), and Lyman was no exception. Even though he was forced out of Garden Way, he was still subject to a non-compete agreement. Garden-related products were out, so he investigated other possibilities.