Established in 1801 – Sandwich Notch Road, New Hampshire
Sandwich Notch Road, New Hampshire – This blog article is written in two parts and focuses on Sandwich Notch in New Hampshire. Today, I will show you the scenic Sandwich Notch Road (Notch Road). And part 2 will be a visual journey of the nineteenth century hill farming community that once was along the Notch Road.
During the early nineteenth century, thirty to forty families lived in the Notch. By 1860 only eight families lived in the Notch and by the turn of the twentieth century only one person, Moses Hall, lived in the Notch year around. Now a private residence the Hall Place is the only house left on the Notch Road.
Echo Lake State Park – North Conway, New Hampshire
Lakes & Ponds, White Mountains – Everywhere I go in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire I am photographing some form of water. It makes no difference if it is the roaring Swift River or small wetlands area deep in the Pemigewasset Wilderness, water is present in many of my images.
Water seems to be unavoidable and is in 60% of my images, so I thought I would be fun to watch (above) a slideshow of my favorite lakes and ponds in the White Mountains region. Most of these waterscapes are easy to reach, but some do require a full day of hiking to reach.
Pinkham Notch – White Mountains, New Hampshire
With summer in the rear view mirror it is time to start focusing on autumn. During the autumn season the landscape of the White Mountains of New Hampshire is transformed into a brilliant display of colors lasting only a few weeks.