Posts Tagged: hiking

Red Road Diaries: The Book

The Summer has flown by up here in New Hampshire, but between my hiking, writing and general all around relaxing, I have managed to to publish the second (and final!) volume of The Red Road Diaries on Amazon.com. Volume One,

Red Road Diaries: The Book

The Summer has flown by up here in New Hampshire, but between my hiking, writing and general all around relaxing, I have managed to to publish the second (and final!) volume of The Red Road Diaries on Amazon.com. Volume One,

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

Vineyards, Mountains, Lakes and Fires: Napa Valley

We loved the coast around Mendocino and even though we had the scary drive  to get there, we enjoyed our stay. Now we were moving on, to the Napa area and a five day stay on Lake Berryessa. We were looking forward

Vineyards, Mountains, Lakes and Fires: Napa Valley

We loved the coast around Mendocino and even though we had the scary drive  to get there, we enjoyed our stay. Now we were moving on, to the Napa area and a five day stay on Lake Berryessa. We were looking forward

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

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What is the Petrified Forest scared of?

The Petrified Forest National Park also encompasses parts of the painted desert.  While the Painted Desert awes you with sweeping vistas of  vibrantly colored landscapes the petrified forest  offers remnants of  a time long past.   The petrified forest is

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What is the Petrified Forest scared of?

The Petrified Forest National Park also encompasses parts of the painted desert.  While the Painted Desert awes you with sweeping vistas of  vibrantly colored landscapes the petrified forest  offers remnants of  a time long past.   The petrified forest is

Lac St. Jean, Quebec: Je Ne Parles Pas Anglais

When we decided to visit Quebec we wanted to see more than just Montreal and Quebec City, so Lac St. Jean seemed a likely destination. This large lake was north of these two cities, deep into the Province, and far

Lac St. Jean, Quebec: Je Ne Parles Pas Anglais

When we decided to visit Quebec we wanted to see more than just Montreal and Quebec City, so Lac St. Jean seemed a likely destination. This large lake was north of these two cities, deep into the Province, and far

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Close Encounters of the Bear-able kind

New Hampshire has lots of wildlife. Most of the time they keep to themselves, hiding in the woods. If you get out early, or late at night you might run into them. Literally. Moose, in particular, can be found just

bear

Close Encounters of the Bear-able kind

New Hampshire has lots of wildlife. Most of the time they keep to themselves, hiding in the woods. If you get out early, or late at night you might run into them. Literally. Moose, in particular, can be found just