Friday, September 21, 2007

Photo Friday with the CHBM



My friends at the Crazy Hip Blog Mama's are interested in photos, writings or poems about land. Visit their site, they have some great mom writings....

This is a picture of my girls on a tour Franconia State Park, heading to the Flume Gorge

We went late spring and what was most amazing was parts of the gorge still had ice formations even though it was 85 degrees out.

It is a spectacular example of the interest geographic mix you can find in New England. Of course I am biased.

The Flume is a natural granite gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty. Towering granite walls rise to a spectacular height of 90 feet .

5 comments:

Madame M. said...

Gorgeous picture and kids! That sounds like a lot of fun :o)

Sheila said...

Wow, it looks like a place I'd love to see! It reminds me of vacationing in the Smoky Mountains and visiting Chimney Rock Park!

Mammawannabe said...
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Mammawannabe said...

Sorry...just realized my comment didn't make sense...

I just wanted to say that I loved your pictures, and that I had been here as a kid with my parents, and finally, that my husband and I were hoping to take our kids there soon - I don't know how I could have mangled all that - but I did :(

Dana said...

That is a great picture! I have always wanted to visit New England, especially in the fall.