When I was growing up, my dad would sometimes refer to moose as swamp donkeys, I think because it made us laugh. While driving around Errol, NH yesterday morning, I […]
Glacially molded bedrock and striations? Me too.
Most people don’t pay much attention to spring time leaves. BUT THEY ARE AMAZING! The colors are just as diverse as in the autumn, and the feeling of warmth and […]
I’d like to take a moment to say how grateful I am for my hiking companion. She goes at a good pace, is great at pointing out squirrels, carries her […]
Roughly 14,000 years ago, New England was transitioning from ice age conditions (mile-thick ice overhead) to a climate more like today. You can image that melting a mile-thick ice sheet […]
Rime ice builds into the wind. Water droplets from a cold, moist wind deposit onto a surface facing the wind, freeze and slowly accumulate, making unique structures. Here, the rime […]
Click on any image to enlarge it. I was driving from Bethel, Maine to Gorham, NH on Rt 2 yesterday and could see these striations from across the road while […]