With Halloween only a few days away, the woods are alive with “ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggity beasties, and all things that go bump in the night.” Well, maybe it’s supposed to be only the night, but during the day spirits certainly seem to make their presence known.
And their homes as well, this one serving as a mansion.
Sometimes they dance quietly from tree to tree or scamper loudly across the forest floor, but still others . . .
roar through the landscape with the flow of water.
In the mist, or midst, others are always there; you just need to look and listen. Do you see one watching?
As loudly as some may seem at times, with the look of an eye, they can quickly transform to sudden calm.
The ghoulies and ghosties of these western Maine woods come in all shapes and sizes, as do their homes.
And it’s those homes that can also leave one wondering. Who lives here?
Who could possibly live in this tree that despite its hollow trunk still produces leaves?
Why, one who often goes bump in the day. And the night. And loves to have fun in the woods.