I went down the rocky point fire road today to see what rocky point was all about. It was not what I expected, although there were several places at my destination where you could get to the water, it was not any more or less rocky than any other shoreline on Massebesic. The actual “rockyRead More
March 3rd, 2020 – it was actually 61° today. I went on a short hike to Little Massebesic lake to see if the ice was breaking up enough yet to be able to go fishing. There appears to be still several inches thick ice around the perimeter of the lake with some open water showingRead More
Massebesic Small Creatures and Plants September 2019
Tower Hill Pond 2016 Tower Hill Pond 2018 USGS Topo Map of Tower Hill Pond https://wildlife.state.nh.us/maps/topo/documents/Topo_16607.pdf
Rainy Day Fall Pictures at Lake Massebesic.
Myself, Brian and my grandson Alden did this loop hike to several fantastic viewpoints of Lake Winnipesaukee and surrounding area. This trail is a loop and is part of the Kimball Wildlife Forest, we took the Lakeview trail up to the viewpoints of the lake (starts at the road side of the parking area) andRead More
The Kuncanowet Town Forest is located in Dunbarton NH and is a designated Conservation Area that derives its name from the Kuncanowet Hills. Kuncanowet means “Mountain place of the bear” in Native American. The images in this post were taken with a Canon EOS-70D and a 10-18mm wide angle lens at 20 megapixels. the RAWRead More
On May 3, 2003…… Freezing and thawing opened fissures in the Old Man’s forehead. By the 1920s, the crack was wide enough to be mended with chains, and in 1957 the state legislature passed a $25,000 appropriation for a more elaborate weatherproofing, using 20 tons of fast-drying cement, plastic covering, and steel rods and turnbuckles,Read More
Just a look back to this past spring (Monday, April 24, 2017) on trail near lake Massebesic in Auburn NH.