Friday, June 10

White Mountain National Forest

I've spent the last few days cruising around the White Mountain National National Forest and the small towns in New Hampshire's mountain region. I drove the "loop" (check out MapShare), stopped at lots of overlooks, took a couple of short hikes, tracked down some covered bridges, and gave two "tours" of the van - it short, I did what I always do. Tough job, but somebody needs to do it!

Lunch stop
Beaver Pond, but the Beavers must have been on vacation
The "no name" bridge - because I didn't write the name down
Swiftwater Bridge - built 1849
Bath Bridge - built 1832
Another view of the Bath Bridge, one of the longest covered bridges I've seen
Haverhill ~ Bath Bridge - built 1829
Pine Stand Lake
Russell Pond, where I'm camped