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Travel Blogs from Bristol
... go! The Whites are half a billion years old and were higher than the Rockies, but have since been worn down. The highest, Mt. Washington (yea) is 6288 feet. We climbed it today, 8 miles up an average 13 per cent grade...in a van. I was not allowed to drive our truck with camper. Good thing. Amazing, all the way, and at the top, MY! This has long been a favorite ...
... we don't have the power cord to our nice camera - we're stuck with a cell phone picture.
This bald eagle is actually a juvenile, and doesn't have the white head yet. We expect that next year, he'll be about 5 years old and have his white head.
Hallo ihr Lieben,
ich teile mit euch ein paar Eindruecke von einem meiner Lieblingsplaetze hier in der naeheren Umgebung.
Diesmal nur kurz, denn das Wetter ist makellos, also muss ich wieder los - ihr wisst ja, die Berge rufen und ich muss rauf!
... are starting to change their color, it seems like I arrived just in time for the start of the Fall Foliage.
At this point I am not very active, but I still have enough time for exploring maybe even new areas. So far I only traveled in the area around North Woodstock, but you know me, it won't take long and I'm on the road again for many hours.
Hope all is well with you!
... for some hiking. The Center was closed because it is Sunday, which was fine with me because I was there for the trails anyway. So I parked my car and began the hike which was in the forest and wetlands along the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Most of the hike was inland; only a few places did we have a view of the Lake. But what a beautiful, lush, green forest it was! It was very warm and humid, and silly me forgot the insect repellent, ...