Tag Archives: nature

On the Edge

Cycling south from the top of Yale Avenue takes advantage of one of the nicer designated bike routes in New Haven. You’ve got…

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Upriver

Back in the 1920s, before there was an Interstate 91 or a Wilbur Cross Parkway, a small neighborhood of cottages sat along the Quinnipiac River off North Haven’s Banton Street. …

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Rare Birds

At the end of February, more than 100 people gathered on the sixth floor of the Blake Hotel to inaugurate the city’s newest exhibition space: The Gallery, curated by Kehler Liddell Gallery. It was the opening of the first show, …

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The Mists of Time

This 2016 photo essay is proof that you can find clarity even when the forecast is murky.

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Trail Mix

Elders with walking sticks, babies in jogging strollers, dogs walking their families—all humanity, it seems, is making the winding trek…

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Escape Vehicle

At least one kind of public attraction still passes the ‘essential’ test: state parks.

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’Front Line

Connecticut has its fair share of rail trails—converted train beds for hiking and biking. Trolley trails are less common, but that’s just what you get with Branford’s Trolley Trail, a…

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Foot Falls

If you want to see Connecticut’s highest waterfall, you can drive an hour and a half to Kent Falls State Park. Hopefully, the parking lot won’t be full, and you can picnic at the base of the falls. On weekends, …

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Mountain Time

Calling York Mountain a mountain is a bit of a stretch, but it’s still a great place for a quick climb through the woods. …

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Flight Spectrum

Through her binoculars, Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe spots what she and I have been looking for…

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