Sunday, June 29, 2008

Secret Cascades

Right in the middle of Madison, NH there is a trail leading to a quiet gem. I drive by this spot several times a week and I've never seen a car in the small parking area. Sometimes its easy to overlook what is right in front of you if you don't get out and walk.

Madison Cascades

Madison Cascades

If you are looking for Madison Cascades, the trail leaves from the back, right corner of the Madison Historical Society building right near the junction of Route 113 and East Madison Road. Thanks to Madison resident and mountain runner impresario Paul Kirsch for encouraging me to check this out.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Old Home Part VI

Another installment in a series of images documenting Old Homes in my town.

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For more info on what this old homes stuff is all about see this post from March 5th.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Welcome Home

After some ups and downs, we brought our new guy home tonight. Our house is officially a home to "boys" plural. It feels good to have the tribe together.

Our new guy says Hi

Saturday, June 14, 2008

New Addition


June 11th we checked in to the hospital. After a sumptuous hospital lunch, we waited. Both of us hoped that our guy would come soon and we could avoid a four day epic like we had with the birth of our first son. We joked about how we better not give birth on the dreaded Friday the 13th or else our new baby would be destined to a life like the story line of a Johnny Cash song. At 8:48 pm, Jenny was done with the extraordinary hard work of bringing a baby into the world. 6 lbs. 8 oz. and 20 inches long. Not bad for a few weeks early! Everyone is happy.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

A Rare Opportunity

I haven't had many unscheduled afternoons lately. I had free time on my hands and with no particular plan,I found myself heading up the Kancamagus Highway. I was able to find some solitude, a few pictures worth taking and plenty of black flys and mosquitos. The calm before the storm as we expect baby boy #2 this week.

Sabbaday Falls. White Mountain National Forest, NH.



Sabbaday Falls

The Swift River

Swift River

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