Photographer's Note

Vermont's Northeastern Kingdom
Clyde River

The river winds through farm country, with silver maple and alder dominating the shoreline. Northern white cedar, an occasional willow, and a variety of shrubs line the 40-foot wide waterway, and vegetation dips right into the water. Even during spring high water, the barely perceptible current presents no obstacle. The same cannot be said for the beaver that undercut the streamside silver maple, toppling them into the water to make logjams. Be prepared to portage around their handiwork.

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Additional Photos by Tom O'Donnell (gunbud) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 5926 W: 8 N: 8034] (34066)
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