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... our own unique voices, our yearnings and for me, how I am feeling as my 65th birthday is quickly approaching.
I’m feeling so much better today – a little clumsy – so we’ve chosen this easy trail that is nevertheless quite beautiful. There seems to be ...
... experience and be one with them.
Feeling gratitude for this window of moments that vertigo opened,
I will close my eyes now and listen to the leaves rustling in the gusty breeze
And go there…
About 2 PM we made our daily visit to Barts and I was feeling well enough to go to the supermarket to be provisioned for the weekend. We’re back now, and I am happy to report that I’m just about fully back to ...
... fate of all photographers of not being the only one there to take THE shot of the falls. There were many experts including tripods and humungous lenses and they will get in the way. One guy in particular in a bright red top stuck himself halfway up the falls complete with tripod and managed to foul up everyone's shot. Undaunted, we scaled higher and "shot" photos around him.
Retracing our journey, we drove back up to Twin Mountain and cut ...
... some of the stills I took of her videos!
Here's a link to a New York Times article about Putt Putts. Who knew?
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/08/trave l/escapes/08RAILCARS.html?pagewanted=al l&_r=0
The drive from Bar Harbor, Maine to Conway, New Hampshire was a lovely and short drive. All along the way, we saw the leaves at various stages of closing up shop for the winter.
On the first day into New Hampshire, which was this past Monday (Oct 5), we decided to head into the White Mountains National Forest. We did the short hike to the base of Cathedral Ledge to do the multi-pitch climb called "Thin Air". I love the names of climbs. This particular climb is ...