Monthly Archives: October 2011

Duck, Duck, Goose!

None of the computer programs I have here at work will make a panoramic shot from a series of photos, so in lieu of that, I’ve posted the images side-by-side in hopes of conveying the idea of what the lake … Continue reading

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“I feel like a kid.”

One of our regular programs is an after-school session at Parkside Middle School.  Every week we are there for about an hour and a half doing some sort of nature-related program.  This year my goal is to spend as much … Continue reading

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Goblin Walks, part 2

Our second night of Goblin Walks went just as well, if not better, than the first.  Over all, we had over 500 visitors come through to enjoy the skits, decorations and snacks. If you didn’t make it out, here are … Continue reading

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Goblin Walks, part I

Huzzah!  It’s time for Goblin Walks, a not-so-scarey Hallowe’en event that’s been happening at the Dahlem Center for, gosh, about 30 years or so!  If you haven’t been to this event yet, perhaps this post will tempt into coming. Pre-event, … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pickin’

It’s that time of year:  time to pick the pumpkins. This week finds the Dahlem Center and its staff busy getting ready for our annual Goblin Walks.  Two nights of not-so-scarey Hallowe’en fun start with the gathering of over 100 … Continue reading

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Glorious Autumn

It has been over a month since I’ve had time to go out on the trails, so this morning I joined up with the Tuesday Morning Walkers. Our fist stop was at one of the two giant faerie rings we … Continue reading

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