Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Tower

Sited at the Denning Town Hall on the eastern branch of the Neversink, the Transmission Tower is built from driftwood gathered along the banks of the river during our two week stay. The pieces are joined together with wooden dowels. … Continue reading

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Neversink.info is growing

Although we’re no longer in the Catskills, we have plenty of audio to work with over the next few weeks, so the site is continuing to grow. We just finished editing some material from our trip to Carolyn Summers’ Trillium … Continue reading

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Neversink Telephony

As Ellie wrote in the last blog post, we gave an in-progress tour of the sculpture site on Sunday. It was a great success! We’ve made amazing progress in the last two weeks, between the sculpture and community interviews, but … Continue reading

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Neversink Transmissions Public Tour

Yesterday afternoon close to 40 people from the Claryville community and beyond came out for our work-in-progress tour of Neversink Transmissions. Patrizia and Peter of the Wildcat Fellowship Program put together a lovely afternoon program. We met at the Denning … Continue reading

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The Trillium Arboretum

Today we visited Carolyn Summers on her property near the Neversink Reservoir. Carolyn has turned what was originally a dairy farm into an extensive arboretum for native plants. She showed us a thousand fascinating things in a tour that ranged … Continue reading

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First Draft of the Online Component

Today I had a productive coding day after our big adventure around town yesterday. I was able to compile some of our sound recordings and photos into the first draft of the online component of the project. If you go … Continue reading

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Busy Sunday on the Neversink

Wow, Dan and I were busy today. We started off with a stop at the Claryville Fire Department’s monthly pancake breakfast. There we were lucky enough to spend a little time with Bob Richards and Michal Heron, who live on … Continue reading

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