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Newsletter: The Influence of Yale Forestry

Newsletter: The Influence of Yale Forestry

I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the influence of the Yale Forestry School on the open spaces of Connecticut. The more research I do into the… Read more »

The Nipmuck Trail

The Nipmuck Trail

I had thought that this year was going to be the Year of the State Parks, but with several state parks filled to capacity each weekend, I’ve… Read more »

Newsletter – May 2020

Newsletter – May 2020

No fancy article this month just a couple updates and announcements.First, since The Great Crash I’ve added back 175 locations which, as I announced on Instagram, officially puts me past… Read more »

The Great Crash

The Great Crash

I’ve been rebuilding.  This is not what I intended for March or April, but perhaps you remember in my 2019 Annual Review how I said at some point this… Read more »

2019 Annual Review

2019 Annual Review

Third annual review, once again looking back not just in terms of exploration, but also in the growth of this site.  The exploration highlights of the year:… Read more »

The Wealth Around Us

The Wealth Around Us

One of the things that really kicked off ExploreCT for me was that as I tried to find more places to hike, instead of having to travel… Read more »

Looking Forward 2019

Looking Forward 2019

A few weeks ago I wrote my annual review post looking back over the previous year as a way to work through what went well and what didn’t.  This… Read more »

2018 Annual Review

2018 Annual Review

It’s time for a review, looking back not just in terms of exploration, but also in the growth of this site.  The exploration highlights of the year:… Read more »

A Most Productive Summer

A Most Productive Summer

Everything is about balance, right?  Something I’ve been thinking about recently is attention.  And I’m going to use the theme of this site to explore it.  The idea that… Read more »

The Weekend Process

The Weekend Process

So nearly every weekend I do this… thing. I intend to go out and explore somewhere new. I’ll be sitting at my desk in the morning, drinking my coffee, figuring… Read more »