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The Hartford CourantAs we came out of the heavily wooded flood plains of Portland's Wangunk Meadows, I could almost hear a voice narrating a nature documentary in the background. "Ah, there it is," the National Geographic-like voice might say. "The Great Blue Heron rookery....
The Hartford CourantWithin the Middlesex Land Trust's Abe Temkin Preserve is a huge fallen oak. The victim of some summer thunderstorm or winter nor'easter, the fallen giant landed perfectly out into the middle of a swamp. And, of course, the tree is just off the preserve's...
Standing on top of a huge boulder within Lyme's Elizebeth Plimpton Memorial Preserve, looking over Hamburg Cove out to Long Island Sound, it is easy to imagine a ship sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. What exactly does a 105-acre preserve in the...
It was like I was a child again and Christmas, Easter and the morning after losing a tooth had all been rolled into one. What event could possibly bring me back to those glorious days of anticipation and excitement? A trip across the old Air Line...
The Hartford CourantIn H.G. Wells' book The Time Machine, future earth is populated by the peaceful Eloi and the Morlocks – apelike creatures with glowing eyes who live deep underground accessing their world through a series of dark tunnels. It's these creatures I...
The Hartford CourantThe Metacomet Trail winds its way along the banks of the placid Farmington River in the Tariffville section of Simsbury. The cupola of an old mill can be seen in the distance, seemingly standing watch over the river that once powered one of the country'...
The Hartford CourantIt is kind of sad that there is no trail that really showcases New England's longest waterway — the Connecticut River — as it twists through our state. Sure, there are places like Hartford's Riverside Park or East Hartford's Great River Park,...
The history of visual art in Connecticut usually is traced to the first professional painter, William Johnston of Boston, who began working in the region around 1762. But, as Susan P. Schoelwer notes in the introduction to a new scholarly catalog, "at...
FOX CTIntrigue surrounds this evening excursion. "Riverquest" abandons the shores of Eagle Landing State Park in Haddam in search of a "secret spot" where a bird phenomonon occurs every September. We cruise down the gorgeous Connecticut River, passing the...
FOX CTThe banks of the Connecticut River have a little known liquid asset. Looking for serenity now? The Hartford Belle is a 47-foot cruiser offering both exploration and relaxation. "This is a character boat built in 1992 to match the1920's era type...
Eighteen state troopers and two auxiliary troopers have died in the line of duty since the Connecticut State Police was founded in 1903. Trooper Pearle E. Roberts of Norwich: Nov. 25, 1922, in a motorcycle accident in New Haven. Trooper Bartholomew M....
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