Saturday morning brought high ceilings with some low-ish scattered clouds, plenty of visibility, strong winds and the promise of improvements on all axes later in the day. Jen and John Meade put on an other outstanding breakfast for the very large group and then we all headed back to the airport to head for the skies. Emilie and Isaac arrived in the RV-4 as people were starting to head out for a day of fun.
We hiked a long and beautiful section of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway descending the ridge line from Mt Sunapee. We signed ourselves up for an adventure by starting later than we should have for such a long hike. Getting out of the house with a kid is tough. First we had to position the second car […]
Saturday, while Tyson went ski flying, I did chores in the morning and went over to Windblown in the afternoon to practice skate skiing again. Isaac and I did not go with Tyson because there wouldn’t have been anything for Isaac to do and I would have just been frustrated watching him. After Isaac’s disinterest […]
So, there was this trail on my map… After hiking the previous relatively nice section of the Monadnock Sunapee Greenway, I figured we should try another. It was not until we were in the car that I studied the next few sections and realized they were predominantly road walks. Instead, we opted for an intersecting […]
Spins are, depending on whom you ask, a deadly event which can occur on landing, or a fun and fairly tame aerobatic maneuver. They are not required to become a private pilot, but training is generally recommended. So, I decided, to better myself as a pilot and take the training. To those who do not […]
The short version, is thus: AMC publishes a map of winter trails in the Whites that shows skiing and hiking trails. We decided to try one trail we hadn’t skied yet, and convinced a friend to join us. Unfortunately this trail was not maintained. It was a blazed bushwhack. Then the stream crossings were out, […]
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