Georgiana Falls

We are a little behind with getting this blog post out, but we were busy with holidays and just life in general.  However, we really wanted to blog about this outdoor adventure because Andrew and Lindsay got a day away to get out on our own (without a 2 year old in tow).  Since we…

Trains and Waterfalls

Last weekend we headed over to Crawford Notch in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.  We wanted to go on a short hike to Ripley Falls, which is reported to be the second highest waterfall in NH.  The trailhead is easy to find within Crawford Notch State Park off of Route 302.  A large sign lets…

Hermit Falls

It’s been a while since we’ve written a post, but don’t think that means we haven’t gotten outside!  Our treks are a bit milder these days now that we have baby in tow, so sometimes they just don’t warrant a blog posting (not to mention the lack of time to write).  Anyway, we did get…

First Hike

It’s been a couple of months since we’ve written a blog post, but we are back with a little newborn in tow!  Alden was born just a few weeks ago and after short walks up and down the street, we were all ready to get out in the woods.  After reading about a short waterfall…

Giant Fall

Last weekend, our good friend Sarah came for a visit.  With her new love of hiking, we finally convinced her to make the trek up to the White Mountains and go for a walk with us.  Lindsay insisted that we only do a shortish hike to a waterfall and suggested we hike to Giant Fall…

Blue Brook

On Veterans Day weekend we headed out to the Wild River Wilderness in the White Mountain National Forest.  This area of the forest is not as popular as other areas because there are few 4,000 footers to draw in the crowds, although you can get to the Carter Mountain Range, most hike in from the Pinkham Notch side instead.  Since the…

South of the Pond

After two days at Neshowdenuhunk Field Campground in Baxter State Park (read our blog: Doubletop), we headed north toward South Branch Pond Campground.  Before we settled into our new home for two nights we stopped in the working forest part of Baxter State Park, the only section of the park that has active logging.  Andrew…