Joe and I take a hike up Lantern Hill at least once or twice a year. I have a past blog that tells about the history of Lantern Hill. (Lantern Hill 2009) This year we hiked up there with my sister and her hubby. Here is a link to her blog from the day. Dawn's Blog She also has great info about Lantern Hill and it's history. The Foliage was spectacular that day and the weather was not sunny but perfect as far as the temperature goes.
On our way up
On a clear day you can see the Ocean. I zoomed with my camera.
We had an end of the year bonfire at my sister and brother in laws house this past weekend. Along with enjoying the company of my family, good food and spirits, we burned some of our documents, bills and paperwork of the past. While Joe and I only brought one small Tupperware container over, my other brother in law had at least 3 big garbage bags full. It was quite fun examining some of the paperwork from the past and also crumpling them up just right so they didn't float up as fiery little air bombs. At the end of our few hours of burning my bil had to break out his leaf blower to blow the ash into the grass..
Meeting of the men
The Fire Keeper
Burning of the last piece of the past.. Thank God! I thought the burning would never end.. LOL
Joe and I had such a great time August in New Hampshire that we decided to stay overnight in October to see the foliage. We arrived Columbus weekend Sunday afternoon and took a wonderful hike up Mt Pemigewasset (Indian Head) Summit. The next day (Columbus Day) We went to Lincoln for breakfast and a craft show before heading home the scenic route on the Kancamagus highway.
On our way to New Hampshire
Love my Joey smiling for the camera! hee hee
Mt Pemigewasset (Indian Head) Summit
I feel like I'm on top of the world!!!
We were done hiking down Indians head and pooped but happy!
Indian Head.. Can you see it??? So cool! That's where we were!!
Our hotel before heading out for dinner and walking around town for the night..
Woodstock Inne.. Dirty Vodka Martini... Yum!!
My simple guy with his beer..
One of my favorite pictures..
Heading back home the scenic route on the Kancamagus Highway and our stops along the way..
Can you see the deer face in the tree with it's leafy antlers?? So cool!
I can't help to love this picture with my hanging Pug and my Christmas ornament from Tara that looks like a disco ball..
I have been happily married for 34 years and have three grown sons. I work at a highschool in the kitchen and love it. I love spending time outdoors hiking and gardening and hanging out with my family. I love my pugs Ping, Zoe and their new siblings our male Miko and black female Maya. After the stress of the first few months we are really starting to enjoy them and their personalities..