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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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First Kayak ’22: Echo Lake

Location: Franconia, NH

Date: 5/22/22

Finally got some kayaking in, much later than usual. This is Echo Lake, at the base of Cannon Mountain.

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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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Lake Willoughby, Westmore, Vermont (10/7/21) – peak foliage!

Peak foliage kayaking on Vermont’s Lake Willoughby. Great day on a great lake.
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Kayaking on Ticklenaked Pond, Ryegate, Vermont (10/4/21)

Yes, that says Ticklenaked. I think the locals mangled the Native American name for the pond back in the day, so now we have one of the more interesting body of water names in the country.

So, this was shot later in the day, and it was pretty overcast. We are starting to get some decent coloring for foliage, but you really can’t see it much here. A heron or two think I was chasing them a bit (my take: we were just going the same direction), and I angered a couple of geese, but not much moving around out there as the season shuts down. And no Vermont video is complete without a chainsaw and gunshots in the background. 🙂

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Kayaking on Lake Armington, Piermont, New Hampshire (9/17/21)

A short kayak paddle on Lake Armington in Piermont, NH. While there were a couple of loons about, little other wildlife. It’s starting to feel like fall out there, and the leaves are just starting to get a bit of color.

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