Michael Suchorsky

A SUBTLE NEW EXPERIENCE–2024

   A subtle but lovely new experience— I can only imagine delivered by a warming planet. This morning I was greeted by a hundred silky spider threads hanging from a tree, each gently blowing in the wind and covered with snowflakes.

CATSKILLS’ MANY MOODS – October 2023

Michael reviews the many moods of changes during Fall.

MY JULY 4th – August 2023

Michael details how he spent his 4th of July.

A DRAMATIC ENCOUNTER – May 2023

A DRAMATIC ENCOUNTER - May 2023

Michael enjoys his walk but has a strange encounter with a bear.

A FEBRUARY WALK – March 2023

A FEBRUARY WALK - March 2023

By Michael Suchorsky The cemetery I pass on some hikes has one grave in which the occupant was born during the French & Indian War. I like to keep that in mind when I consider my sense of place. I weave through the same heavy underbrush and bog that Indians and the earliest trappers negotiated…

ANDES ALSO ROCKS – December 2022

As of November 11th Winter touched Andes. I started only the third fire of the season, which coincided with my bringing in a couple of heads of cabbage, plus using the last of my summer tomatoes— impressed that 95% of the 100+ green cherry tomatoes I had picked ripened on the windowsill.