I have been busy traveling these past couple of months. My parents were visiting us, so we decided to make good use of the balmy spring days. With a six-going-on-seven month old in tow, who I may proudly add is now quite a pro when it comes to road trips. Planes and trains are another story altogether. Will leave it for a future post.
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An easy hike and a bald summit offering panoramic views make Mount Cardigan a favorite with families, especially those with children. It is a New Hampshire classic, much like Mount Monadnock. To get there from Canaan on US4 (exit 17, I-89), drive north 0.5 mile on NH 118. Then turn right and following signs drive four miles to Cardigan State Park and the trailhead. … Read the rest
As the sun’s rays get warmer and the days get longer, the thing I look forward to most is hiking. Not much of a snowshoer yet (I am working on it), I prefer warm weather hiking to cold, dreary trudging amidst snowy trails. Maybe once I get the hang of it, I will write about snowshoeing as well. But as of now, with the onset … Read the rest
On our way to northern New Hampshire’s Dixville Notch, we found plenty of signs and slogans along the road, and all of them seemed to be protesting one single project – The Northern Pass. I got a passing shot of one board, which says it like it is, but there were plenty more, some less colorful than the one above. At first sight, “Northern Pass … Read the rest