Last Sunday Caroline and I went on another hike. It’s already been three weeks since our last hike, up Franconia Ridge and to the summit of Mount Lafayette. It was about time we headed out again. The weather wasn’t as good as last time though. It was a chilly afternoon. Grey clouds covered the sun and a strong northerly wind made it feel colder than it actually was. Some small rain drops fell down occasionally. It … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking. When I started my first blog, back in 2010, it used to be just a blog. It was a platform that allowed me to share my thoughts and experiences with friends and family. That’s what most blogs are in the first place. I didn’t have a schedule; except for a personal Facebook profile, I didn’t have any other social media accounts; and blogging certainly didn’t require much of my time. I wrote when … Continue reading
When I came home from Australia in the summer of 2011, my head was filled with all these new travel ideas. I even wrote down a list of the ten things that I wanted to do at some point in my life. By now I have checked a couple things off that list and although this list still applies, my priorities have shifted a little bit. For example, I still want to travel from Moscow … Continue reading
After sharing a bunch of photographic impressions of the fall foliage in Vermont and New Hampshire, I figured that now it was about time for a video again. I went for a fall foliage drive last Sunday and I took my GoPro along. I placed it on the dashboard and let it do its job. Here’s the result. A Fall Foliage Drive in Vermont’s Upper Valley
The first weekend of fall was spectacular here in New England. Temperatures rose to an incredible 80°F (27°C) and there wasn’t a single cloud in the sky. Fall foliage was peaking (and still is) and New Hampshire’s White Mountains were pretty much overrun with so-called leaf-peepers. We, of course, were there as well. It would’ve been a shame to pass up weather like that.