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Friday, August 1, 2003


On my back is a small day pack. it is very full. I stuffed it with: a clean shirt, a pair of newly-pressed pants, clean socks, dress shoes, a Walkman radio, my cell phone, a hand-held GPS (Global Positioning System), topographic maps printed off the Internet, a camera, a bottle of water, an apple, a banana and a notebook. The bag must weigh nearly 20 pounds. ...more

On June 24, the Carlisle Oral History Project recorded the memories of Dorothy Woods Clark, one of Carlisle's most beloved residents. Dot came to Clark Farm from Vermont as a girl of 17. Now in her eighties, she has a keen appreciation for preserving history · every day she works on the history of the Clark family and farm, surrounded by clippings, ...more

Monarch Caterpillar

Name: Larval stage of the Monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus, a member of the family of milkweed butterflies, Danaidae. ...more

Ever since a young mother in town dubbed Carlisle "Lonelyville" in a town survey because of the lack of gathering places and isolation from neighbors, Carlisleans have been conducting unofficial debates on the positives and negatives of rural life. The (unofficial) consensus seems to be: we can have it all in Carlisle. We can have the joys ...more

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito