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Step Falls

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We spent the day on Monday at Step Falls in Newry, Maine, hiking, swimming, and sliding down the smooth rock stretches. Alternative Slideshow Viewer

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Tuckerman Ravine and Mt. Washington

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On Sunday Michael, Anthony, Vincent, Rebecca, Linda and I started from Pinkham Notch and headed up the Tuckerman Ravine Trail on our way up towards Mt. Washington. Linda, Rebecca an Vincent hiked down and took the van up and met … Continue reading

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The Basin Rim Trail

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Linda and I started our hike from the Wild River Campground in Evans Notch, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We hiked to the Rim Junction at the top of the Basin Rim Trail. The trail followed Blue Brook … Continue reading

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Hike Along the Bull Branch in Newry

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The Bull Branch runs through the Mahoosuc Public Reserve Land in Newry, Maine. Linda, Bob and I bushwhacked along the river which was full of strong water runoff from the spring melt. It was a warm spring afternoon before the … Continue reading

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Dunn’s Notch and Lower Falls

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Dunn’s Notch is a secluded place east of Grafton Notch, crossed mostly by through-hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Linda, Bob and I hiked to the falls by bushwhacking up the West Branch of the Ellis River from the East B … Continue reading

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Hamilton Audubon Sanctuary

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The Hamilton Audubon Sanctuary in West Bath, Maine, is on a peninsula that lies between the New Meadows River and Back Cove. Map The wet snow still covers the trails, but the river and bay are free of ice. Bufflehead … Continue reading

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In Search of a Mountain

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Since I cleared some trees from my front yard last summer I have been able to see mountains in the distant horizon to the east. They are in the Camden hills, and I think the one I see most is … Continue reading

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