Monthly Archives: January 2020

Some Winter Scenes from the Springs

The snow is deep. The lake is iced over. The springs flow on. Stevens Spring is barely a trickle but the warmth of the ground water and its radiant heat seems to be enough to keep the immediate stream channel … Continue reading

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The Gorham Springs of Lake Wingra (aka Duck Pond Springs)

A natural flowing spring is both an event and a precise location.  A spring is an upwelling of groundwater and also the physical spot on the Earth’s surface where the sometimes ancient groundwater—a message from the past—meets the modern-day world. … Continue reading

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