November 24, 2007
My parents are visiting for the Thanksgiving holiday so our weekly hike included them - what a treat! Our intention was to hike Blueberry Mountain in the White Mountain National Forest but we missed the turn off (not for lack of looking - as we drove back and forth on back country roads). We ended up at Deer Hill trail off route 113 in New Hampshire and although it was not the intended route it was a choice hike.
The day was cold and beautiful. The terrain and tree stands were varied. We crossed creeks and rivers (and state lines), slipped on ice and leaves and crunched snow beneath our feet. The hike was 3.5 miles and the view from the top was stunning in a winter hike kind of way.
Another great day on the trail.
|Deer Hill, White Mountain National Forest|
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