wulfden ... the birth
- From the beginning, carving a path from the road to build the cabin. The trees stood so thick we often had to use the winch just to get them to fall after being cut!
- Looking uphill, towards the cabin. Since this was taken I have added a deck and a door in the downhill wall.
- My Whisper 600 windcharger helps keep the battery bank topped off. (for those long winter nights when the wind doesn't blow and the sun doesn't shine!) (from World Power Technologies)
- The view from Wulfden takes in all of the area from the mountain to the city of Burlington, Lake Champlain and across all the way to Whiteface Mountain in NY state about seventy five miles distant.
- My Kitchen, my 1995 project. I like to cook and got tired not being able to find anything. Color schemes suggested by Cheri Krull and grunt work supplemented by Adam Browne!
- A Winter Sunset, due to altitude and proximity to both the mountain and the lake, most winters I have from four to six feet of settled snow with plowbanks as high as nine feet (there is only so much room to push the snow, it has gotta go someplace!
- Nearby Casey's Hill, the primo sledding hill in the region and probably one of the most photographed in al of New England. Karen Munson chauffers guests to the town's (Underhill) annual sledding party. Mount Mansfield in the background.
- Sledding Fun, I may not be very recognizable here, but the guy in front is Chad Gregson, a selectman of the town, a fellow alumnus of the Univ of Pennsylvania, and owner of Casey's Hill. The boots so prominently in the air are mine and my body is in that mess somewhere still attached to the feet.