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Sabbaday Falls, 2/5/23

Location: Sabbaday Falls, Kancamagus Highway, White Mountains, NH (Albany, NH)

Date: 02/05/23

Sabbaday Falls on the Kancamagus Highway (and one of the Pemigewasset Overlook). Glad we held off a day. 🙂 Around 20 degrees, which puts it 30-40 degrees warmer than it was yesterday.

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1/31/23 Hiking Down Quechee Gorge

Location: Quechee, Vermont

Date: 01/31/23

This certainly isn’t a long or arduous hike: maybe a mile overall, more if you explore some of the other trails here. The hike down to the bottom of the gorge is around a half-mile, and just over 150 feet down. The trail runs along the river, and there is a fence protecting you from a fall (which will likely be lethal). Well traveled on weekends in the winter (I would imagine… I had the place to myself on a Tuesday, but it was cold), and pretty icy.

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Owl Head Mountain, 1/24/23

Location: Peacham, Vermont

Date: 01/24/23

First real snow of the season, in the form of three storms over the course of a week. This was shortly after the second, which dumped around 10 inches in the area.

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Connecticut River – Last Kayak of the Season (?)

Location: Woodsville, NH

Date: 11/11/22

Pretty much the last day of the season for it, unless it gets warmer sometime soon (it’s the 22nd now, and I think we had lows in the single digits a couple of nights ago). All the boats are now bedded down, but never say never. I’m really tempted to bring one up to Maine over Thanksgiving. 🙂

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White Mountains in New Hampshire, 10/1/22

Locations: White Mountains, NH

Date: 9/30/22-10/1/22

A few shots from various locations in the White Mountains. Foliage still seems a bit early, but it’s looking nice out there, particularly the further north and higher up you get. First, a panoramic shot of the Omni Mount Washington, which is sooooooo wide I’m not sure how useful it is, but it’s kind of cool. You should be able to click on it to make it full-sized.

 

And a few random shots:

 

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Lake Willoughby Panorama, 8/23/22

Location: Lake Willoughby, Westmore, VT

Date: 8/23/22

Panoramic shot of Lake Willoughby taken during a recent kayaking trip (open image in a new tab for a larger pix).

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Grimdark now available on Amazon

Just a brief update on the Grimdark anthology from Black Hare Press… This is now available on Amazon.com in Kindle, Paperback, and Hardcover formats. My story “The Weight of One” has a lot of amazing company in this one.

The Antihumanist – 4th Edition

Also from the should-have-mentioned-this-a-month ago file (big file, that)… The Antihumanist – 4th Edition is now available for free download, containing my short story “Walk.” The PDF version of this issue is available here: https://theantihumanists.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/The-Antihumanist-Fourth-edition-.pdf.

Ctrl Alt Del: Drabbles 2 (Revelations) now out

A bit late in getting this up here, but if you’re into small bites of machines going bad, check out Black Ink Fiction’s Ctrl Alt Del: Drabbles 2 (Revelations), which contains my story “Truce.” If you’re interested in buying a copy and supporting this great publisher, you can do so at Amazon.com. Thanks to Brandi Hicks and Shelly Jarvis for pulling together this great collection!

Nafallen University 2022-2023 Course Catalog now out

I’m very excited to be on the faculty of Nafallen University for their 2022-2023 year, where I will be teaching HIS 436: The History of Smells, and TOR 363: Torture with Common Household Objects (always a popular course, although HOME-EC 101 is a recommended prerequisite). Many thanks to Matt at @MHP_Horror for pulling this fun (and fictional) project together!

Y0u can pick up a copy of the Nafallen University 2022-2023 Course Catalog at Amazon.com.

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