Tagged: snow

Back at my car I sat on the bumper and enjoyed the sky and sun set over the southern pond.

Supply Pond After the Snow

Some snow storms are just better than others. At least in terms of how everything looks afterwards. Winter Storm Lexi on February 5th was one of those great storms. The large, wet snow flakes...

Why is Snow White?

I’m sure many of you have looked out the window on a snowy day just to enjoy the sight of the snow falling. So peaceful and so pure looking. Have you ever wondered about...

Massachusetts Hikes: Mt. Tom

Are you a flatlander from the Connecticut shore looking to do some leg burning in the mountains, but either can’t get up to the high peaks of Vermont or New Hampshire or can’t afford...

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52 With a View: Sandwich Dome

Waterville Valley in New Hampshire is surrounded by majestic mountains and beautiful streams. It is part of the White Mountain National Forest.  For the avid hiker it is an outstanding destination because of its...

Winter Hiking: 4 Things to Consider

Last day of winter March 2012, Mt. Monadnock summit, N.H. By guest bloggers the Rice family Winter officially arrived here in the Northeast on December 21st and with that a BIG change in the...

Skiing in Connecticut

While most people head out of state when they want to go downhill skiing, Connecticut does have some options for staying local. Here is a brief run down of what the state has to...

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Finishing the 4000 Footers with Dad

Five years ago my dad and I set out to summit all 48 of the New Hampshire 4000 footers. We started with the shortest and closest to where we stay, Mt. Tecumseh on June...

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Early Spring Hike on Tecumseh

Just because there is a few feet of snow in the woods doesn’t mean it’s a winter hike. Winter officially ended but that didn’t stop the snowshoers from taking to Mt. Tecumseh in Waterville...