This conserved piece of land is tucked under the South end of Lake Wicwas in Meredith, NH (one of the many many lakes we have in NH, and a lake which, I, as a local, had no idea existed until February the 14th, 2016). … More Exploring the Hamlin-Eames Recreation Site
We started the hike bright eyed and bushy tailed…. … More Carr Mountain, aka Mt Humblepie
Staying inside has become a pathetically difficult thing for me to achieve these days. … More Rattlesnake Sunset
New Hampshire has a bunch of different groups popping up that are working to collect pieces of land for conservation purposes. … More Rumney Pleasures
January 14th, 2015 Bear Mountain has been present to me ever since my first kayak on Newfound Lake. It is the main focal point from the East side of the lake as it sticks out in the ridge line. I was looking around for something new to do, to expand on my selection of short … More Bear Mountain: A Forgotten Legacy?
December 30th, 2015 The Walter Newton Natural Area is one of Plymouth, NH’s proudest and longest-standing conservation areas thanks to the Plymouth Conservation Commission. It came into my awareness as a chubby sixth grader when we did a naturalism field trip to discover and catalog different plant species growing in the woods. I remember very … More Walter Newton Revamped
December 26th, 2015 Sooooo go back with me to when…Christmas was just yesterday and we’re all still walking around like it’s barely Colombus Day. I’ve started to notice the effects of growing up in one place my whole life. I know my home so, so well; but my adult knowledge and understanding of this area … More Mt. Livermore Loop, Christmastime is Here.
December 15th, 2015 It’s been over two months since I took this hike, which is blowing my mind a little bit. Tiiime just keeps moving doesn’t it? In any case, I’m going to recall this trip the best I can because it was bloody freakin’ wonderful and everyone should do it. I texted my friend … More Moat Mountain; or, I Love Inclemate Weather!
January 7th, 2016 I went up Stinson again today only this time there was snow on the trail. I love walking up mountains in New Hampshire winter; I always feel like I’m walking through a Jan Brett book. Specifically Trouble with Trolls in which a blonde girl walks up a mountain with a dog through … More Snowy Stinson
That title sounds like I’m waxing poetic about cheese. I guess that would be “stilton.”- Don’t get me wrong, I could absolutely wax poetic about cheese, but I won’t today. One of the many reasons I love to go up Stinson Mtn in Rumney is because of its old growth birch groves. It’s really difficult … More Stinson on a Cold Tuesday