Riverside Snow shoe at Sunset, recreational activities are abundant in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
My Ski pass and my health club membership are blacked out during school vacation weeks. As a resort Realtor I love to get out with my clients, but occasionally a quiet walk in the wood alone is just what the doctor ordered.
This lone three mile snow shoe was decided after hearing a tale from my friend Kate – who hurt her knee attempting to help a slightly inebriated condo owner on a night snow shoe.
On to the pictures…Half of these shots are taken along the Pemigewasset river in my back yard and continuing up Glover brook from where it flows in to the “Pemi” in Woodstock NH.
Do we have enough snow to really snow shoe? Yes – but that is not the only reason to strap them on. You see the modern shoes have ice cleats on the bottom – so the shoe spreads out your weight to stay on top of the snow and the metal claws hold you firm on ice and while going up or down steeper slopes.
Evidence of Beaver along the river – it appears this one has bitten off more than he can chew.
The Frozen Water falls will be revisited in the spring and I promise to share those photos as well.
Back home in time to catch a little bit of a sunset.
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