Mount Tecumseh has been high on my list since I first started out planning hiking the NH 48 4,000 footers with Aubrey. Its the shortest peak on the list standing at 4,003 feet in elevation, and is a “short” 5-mile round trip hike. I had made the loose plans to hike it many times before…… Continue reading #2 Mount Tecumseh!
I’ve been getting a bit behind in my posts so here’s a quick one to recap our week camping in Lincoln! The first day Aubrey and I rode the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tram, it was its 80th birthday and NH residents rode for free so we took advantage of this deal! We did the short…… Continue reading Camping in Lincoln
Two weeks ago, Aubrey and I were on our way to hike Cardigan which is two hours away in Orange NH. We were just a few miles away from the trailhead, and Aubrey declared she needed to go to the bathroom. As I was telling her it was just a bit longer, I looked in…… Continue reading Mount Cardigan
Friday’s weather was a toss up on what it was going to do. High levels of humidity and chance of rain and thunderstorms were in the forecast, but we had been trying to host a Pack Monadnock hike for Hike it Baby for a few weeks but timing and weather kept getting in the way.…… Continue reading Pack Monadnock 6/1
Thursday morning, Aubrey and I started our long journey north. Our first stop of the day was to go to Storyland, which from Rindge is a good three-hour drive. We had to activate our season passes and wanted to do that before they opened for the season on Saturday to beat the long lines. After…… Continue reading Middle Sugarloaf
Friday we ventured up Mount Major for the second time. Eager to get back north we settled on Mount Major in the Lakes Region, since there is still lingering snow further north and since we haven’t dealt with it in over a month, I didn’t care to dig out winter gear again. We will wait…… Continue reading Mount Major
Friday was a short and sweet hike, which was about all I could handle. Work has been stressful and for some reason, I just was feeling sore and out of shape that day so even the short hike we ventured out on felt like a major undertaking. I was hosting the hike up Temple Mountain…… Continue reading Temple Mountain