Yesterday I left home at 8:31 a.m. for a solo adventure in New Hampshire’s Castle in the Clouds area.Why 8:31 a.m.? Because Earl, who couldn’t go with me, decided the one thing he could do, was make me leave later … Continue reading
On Friday, May 8th, Earl and I embarked upon a 3-day adventure. We were hiking the western half of the Grafton Notch Loop. This portion of the loop is approximately 17 miles long and crosses the summit of Old Speck Mountain, … Continue reading
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one on the right.
If you’ve wondered what winter hiking looks like, here’s a picture of Earl and I as we meandered thru the Androscoggin Riverlands State Park in Turner, Maine, this morning. The temps were in the single digits. Brrrrr… I kept chuckling … Continue reading
Donna and I started hiking by randomly picking a trail and saying “Lets try this one” This led us to trying Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park. Without a doubt, it’s the toughest trail in the park and not one … Continue reading