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  • All fields: Landscape (and)
  • Date: 2010-03-25
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    • The Cock O Wee Path meanders up a grassy slope

    • Landscape;
    • The outer cliffs of the Wester Cove give way to grassy slopes, some of which are easily scalable. The Cock O Wee Path meanders up and down such a slope just up from the Big Rock. Marina Gambin writes, This narrow path in the Wester Cove led down to...
    • Fog hanging in over the Wester Cove

    • Landscape;
    • Starting at the Hayjers Rock, the Wester Cove bends in toward the Place on the west side of the River. Cliffs divide the Wester Cove into two parts: tree-covered hills that range toward the Place, and a narrow, rugged shoreline at the base of the...
    • Farmland alongside Roches Gulch

    • Landscape; Families;
    • Like that of Englishs Gulch, the land around Roches Gulch was cleared for farming in the 1800s. Patrick Roche (1803 1892) obtained the land as a wedding gift when he married Nellie English. The early Roches temporarily moved to the Gulch to escape...
    • The Ground sits fallow across the River

    • Landscape;
    • In the 1930s and 1940s, during the tumultuous years of the Depression and World War II, considerable agricultural land was cleared in Branch. The Ground, just up the River from Roches Gulch, was cleared by and for war veterans returning home to...
    • Whitewood Gully flows toward the River

    • Landscape;
    • Early in the salt cod fishery, rinds (strips of bark) were used to cover fish in wet weather. The banks of the Whitewood Gully had a good supply of spruce and fir trees large enough to provide four and five foot rinds. When the bark was peeled, the...
    • Valleys Pond provides town water

    • Water Sources; Landscape;
    • Valleys Pond is the current town water source. It used to be a great place to catch mud trout like many ponds around Branch. People also hunt ducks and trap animals that hang around the gullies running in and out of ponds.

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