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Run2Scull Camp

The first running camp of 2015 was small in numbers and expansive in athleticism, grit and drive. Run2Scull camp attracted six brand-new to Craftsbury runners, two brand-new Craftsbury coaches, and a VP from Saucony’s Human Performance & Innovation Lab to … Continue reading

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Drama in Real Life – Loon Rescue!

When Eric Hanson, who wears many hats at Craftsbury but who is also the Vermont Loon Recovery Project Coordinator, asked for help with a loon rescue at lunch today, he got a fast response from GRP scullers Sarah and Ben, … Continue reading

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Forest Floor Babies

A few days ago a clutch of GRP rowers held a work party to clear some brush and trim some trees. While working they spied a nest flush on the forest floor made of coarse grasses with three white throated … Continue reading

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Spring Skiing and Loons

April 20. As I walked out to the PistenBully Saturday morning to groom the 1 km loop, two Common Loons flew overhead. Pretty cool. As some of you know, in winter I’m one of the ski trail groomers (and shovelers). … Continue reading

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Cove Community

From my vantage point in the Duck Blind, the Cove is teeming with life and activity.The bullfrogs croak late into the night, the peepers are a continuous backdrop to the bass of the bullfrogs and the loons let loose with … Continue reading

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