It’s so quiet this morning in this Vermont forest! It’s 7:30 a.m. and I’ve heard just one bird – a bluejay making it’s squeaky one note squawk. And I can’t tell if the almost imperceptable constant chirping sound in the background is insects or tinnitus.
Occasionally, tiny tapping sounds indicate the falling of tree detritus on the tarp or branches further away.
And, there! Distant motor of some kind.
It sure is easy to sleep here, but why is it so quiet?