On the top of East Mountain in Vermont, the long forgotten Lyndonville Air Force Station is crumbling to ruins. A 12 mile, round trip hike to the top, affords the brave adventurer with spectacular views of surrounding mountains, and a walk amongst an old derelict radar station.
I am not sure what really draws me to destruction. I seem to follow it like a dog sniffing the air, following behind a hotdog cart rolling down the street. Whether it is in my job, or my explorations, I seem to gravitate to the ruins of generations past. This type of exploration has many names; […]