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Explorations in the Rain

Explorations in the Rain

Posted on by Discover Power of Parks SCA Interpreters

I love to wake up on a beautiful, clear day in Franconia Notch State Park, see the mountains, and have the pleasure of feeling warm and dry throughout the day. However, I cannot help to feel some delight when the … Continue reading

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Musings on Mud

Musings on Mud

Posted on by Discover Power of Parks SCA Interpreters

Rain rain go away. Nicole and Debbie want to play. Well…it’s been a bit overcast as I’ve begun as one of the Interpretive Rangers at Franconia Notch State Park. Allow me to sum up my thoughts on the weather. The … Continue reading

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Monadnock Weekly Report 06.28.13

Monadnock Weekly Report 06.28.13

Posted on by Patrick Hummel, Volunteer Program Coordinator

06.28.13 “[Monadnock is] the noblest-appearing peak south of the White Mountains, whose graceful cone seems a reduced fac-simile of Japan’s sacred mountain, Fujiyama.” – Professor William Copeman Kitchin, 1920.   Kitchin’s quote, above, may seem like it was one of … Continue reading

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Monadnock Weekly Report 04.26.13

Monadnock Weekly Report 04.26.13

Posted on by Patrick Hummel, Volunteer Program Coordinator

04.26.13 “…Birds sing to you at night. The rain and the sun, the changing seasons are true friends. Solitude is a hard won ally, faithful and patient. Yes, I think I know you.” – Henry Rollins, Black Coffee Blues   … Continue reading

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Harbor at Odiorne Stake Park

Summer Rain Hiking at Odiorne Point State Park

Posted on by Jackie Raiford, New Hampshire State Parks Intern

It was my first real visit to the New Hampshire seacoast and I couldn’t wait to get out on the beach. I was ready with sunglasses and sunscreen. But mother nature had something else in mind. The forecast? Rain, rain, … Continue reading

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Why we run (in the rain)

Why we run (in the rain)

Posted on by RTB-Relay_Bloggers

When you live somewhere as weather obsessed as New England, you’re bound to have the occasional rainy weekend. We know that when it “rains on your parade” sometimes you have to parade-on with a raincoat or pack a change of … Continue reading

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Misty Mount Sunapee

Misty Mount Sunapee

Posted on by Daniel Wilkinson, New Hampshire State Parks Summer Intern

May 23rd, 2011 – The weather this spring is proving to be tricky when it comes to planning outdoor pursuits.  With more rainy days than sunny ones, it can be hard to get motivated for a hike on a dreary … Continue reading

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