Hiking at Lincoln Woods

December 28, 2006

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As we left the parking lot, we headed down to the suspension bridge that takes us across the East Branch of the Pemi River to the trail that runs up the west bank.  The trail used to be a railroad bed, so it's wide and flat.  Once we get more snow, the park service will groom it for cross-country skiing.

 

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The snow was very dry and made it very easy to see the six-sided nature of the flakes.

 

 

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Tim has apparently hiked all the possible miles in New Hampshire.

 

 

     
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The Franconia Brook was very beautiful in the snow. 

Below, we stopped at the edge of the water to eat our lunch.

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