Friday I had off from both my jobs so I decided to head north early in the morning to check off a hike that was sitting on my bucket list for far too long. As I crawled into bed on Thursday I really started debating if I really wanted to drive the two hours or… Continue reading Welch and Dickey- My New Favorite Hike!
The month since our Mount Jackson hike had been rather full with new responsibilities. My Dad and Grandfather had recently reopened our farm stand into a full service store and Aubrey and I had been working our fair share at it over the last couple weeks leaving very little time for hiking like we are… Continue reading Mother-Daughter Camping and Mount Pemi
Now that my legs have stopped killing me I suppose it is time to write up our trip report for our first NH 4,000 foot peak! It was a goal for me to attempt a 4K peak with Aubrey this summer. I had originally planned to hike one while on vacation in July but that… Continue reading #1 Mount Jackson!
Monday featured a partial solar eclipse here in New Hampshire. So I wanted to take Aubrey out to a good viewpoint to experience it. I decided on Monte Rosa a subpeak of Mount Monadnock. It would offer a good hike halfway up Monadnock, without having to deal with the crowds that would flock the summit… Continue reading Solar Eclipse from Monte Rosa
Short and sweet trip report for Mount Watatic. We headed out for our hike up Watatic just after 9:30, it’s great small mountain just minutes from our house, yet I never get there as much as I should. Instead of doing the Wapack Trail out and back we took the longer loop option. We stayed… Continue reading Mount Watatic
Aubrey has been proving she is getting stronger and more confident as a hiker so the goal of hiking the Most Climbed Mountain* in the World was becoming a reality. My original plan for Friday was to head north and hike Welch and Dickey and possibly camp out overnight. However checking the weather it wasn’t… Continue reading Little Hiker, Big Mountain. Mount Monadnock!
Each Friday I have picked different mountains for Aubrey and I to hike throughout the summer. Friday was Gap, this would be the second time Aubrey has hiked it on her own. The first time was a year ago and it took us 5 hours and 15 minutes so I was excited to see how… Continue reading Gap Mountain