Spending four days in Vermont and New Hampshire was a great way to wind down my vacation. Thursday evening was spent at Dartmouth college in Hanover, NH watching the Reel Film Paddling Festival by Rapid Media and sponsored by the Northern Forest Canoe Trail .
However the next two days (Friday & Saturday) was nothing but rain with short breaks in between. Friday was a total wash and we had spent the day kayak shopping over in North Conway, NH. Saturday morning the rain had stopped for a while and I was able to knock out a quick 5 mile run. Showered now we were off to harass the local wildlife. Sitting at Reeds Marsh in Orford, NH a local had tipped us off to a pair of Merlins who had been in the area lately. Sure enough we found them! They were beautiful to watch as the male had went a caught either a Junco or Chickadee and brought it back for his girl.
Sunday morning was the gem with a beautiful sunrise, partly cloudy skies and a light breeze. Although it was rather chilly when we set out for French Pond in North Haverhill, NH. It was a great start to the day. Afterwards I would pack up and make the six hour drive home, briefly stopping in Bainbridge, NY to order my custom kayak paddle from Dale Fox of Foxworth Paddles. Once home and car unloaded I was off for a great tempo run as the weather was still perfect.
Stepping back to the summer of 2014 and we are at Acadia National Park in Maine. I think this had to be one of my favorite trips. The Atlantic was cold even in summer but such a fun time.
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In July 2014 we traveled to Boston, Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine on our summer vacation. We trailered our kayaks with us hoping to hit several lakes on our journey through New England. We’ve been to Chocorura lake in Tamworh, NH before but never kayaked it. This would be our first stop on our trip to paddle. Chocorura lake is a small lake of only 222 acres and is quaintly nestled below the 3,478′ Mount Chocorura.
With our kayaks unloaded and final preparations being made I discovered I totally forgot my paddle! Yes we had drove hundreds of miles to this pristine place and I forgot my paddle. I was upset to say the least. Anyhow Julie and the boys launched and I just watched form the shoreline. Later that evening we had arrived in Lincoln, NH and I was able to purchase a new paddle for the remainder of our vacation.
Four years ago to the date the boys and I were on our annual guys trip to Vermont. It has been a standing tradition that we always stop at Long Trail Brewing for lunch on our journey. This morning we embarked on yet another annual guys trip.