Winter Hiking Peacham Bog, 1/5/22

This 4.5 mile in and out trail is an easy hike out to a unique part of the Groton State Forest in Vermont: the 748 acre Peacham Bog Natural Area.

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Winter Hike, Glen Moss Falls, Stowe, Vermont 12/30/21

Location: Stowe, Vermont

Date: 12/30/21

OK, admittedly, this is a much more impressive place to visit in the summer. One of the largest falls in Vermont, the main section of the falls is a higher flow, 75-foot drop. You can take a trail right to the very base of it, or take a left and climb up to take better photos of it. It is a very short, easy hike, about five minutes from Stowe village.

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Winter Hiking Kilburn Craig, Littleton, New Hampshire 12/28/21

Managed to get a quick winter hike in before the end of the year. Kilburn Craig is an easy, short hike, although the first third of it is a bit on the steep side. The payoff is a great overlook of Littleton, New Hampshire.

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“Oxi” – Trembling With Fear, 12/19/21

Special thanks to Trembling With Fear, which recently published my short story “Oxi,” a lighthearted tale of medical waste disposal hi-jinx. And semi-illiteracy. This is — I think — the first story I wrote after switching over from writing screenplays in 2020 (thanks pandemic). It was also one of the first to get picked up. Again, my thanks to Editor Stephanie Ellis and everyone else at Trembling With Fear.

You can read the story at https://horrortree.com/trembling-with-fear-12-19-21/.

 

“Our First Embalming” now up on Cosmic Horror Monthly

A huge thank you to@CosmicHorrorMo for selecting my short “Our First Embalming” as the first place finisher in their Nov. 1 Micro Madness contest. You can read this now on their Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/cosmichorrormonthly
It’s also in the December issue:
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The Birds – Vermont Version

The Birds – snippet of a recent kayaking trip on the Waits River, Bradford, Vermont (full version is here). Gives Hitchcock a bit of a run for his money.

See the full video here.

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Stray Vermont foliage pictures 2021

I actually got out a bit this year and experienced the yearly local phenom, foliage. I usually had the GoPro with me, but I did manage to snag a few decent pictures locally with my Nikon. As always, feel free to use these non-commercially as you wish so long as you link back to my homepage, www.rwaynegray.com. Thanks!

Beaver Pond

Taken at the top of the Lost River Road in NH’s White Mountains.

Boulder Beach

Groton, Vermont’s Boulder Beach may be cold for swimming come October, but the foliage is gorgeous.

Connecticut River, Woodsville, New Hampshire 10/15/21

Kayaking the Connecticut River in Woodsville, New Hampshire, from the boat launch up to the narrows. Nice look at the Woodsville Covered Bridge.

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Ricker Pond Kayaking, Groton, Vermont 10/11/21 (fall foliage edition)

Ricker Pond is the first body of water you will come to as you head north into the Groton State Forest. This a great spot to kayak, particularly during peak foliage (which this was). Scroll down for the video. (Feel free to use these images – a link back to this site would be appreciated. Thanks!)

Foliage on Kettle Pond, Groton, Vermont 10/8/21 – kayaking

The past few years I’ve made it a point to try and hit Kettle Pond during fall foliage. As you can see, it’s just amazing to either kayak on or walk around (we’ll be doing that a bit later in the season). Check out the gallery of stills below, or the complete video.

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