With snow on the ground under the last full moon we could clearly see what was going on out back. To our surprise we had deer feeding on acorns on the lawn for the fist time in the over 20 years we have lived here. Our part of the world is not like other places where deer are more common than chipmunks they are rather an animal that we know is around by their tracks across the road or a brief siting on the side of the road.
Yesterday Argy and I waked into Fort Point where I frequently serve lunch on a full day striper fishing trip. It is a great little state park with always available picnic tables and a great view of the river we have just been fishing on. For most of my career it was landlocked but in 2006 the local conservation commission secured a trail into the point from the road. Click here for the brochure with some of the history.
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