by Anura Guruge
1/ Cotton Valley — 1st Spring Day 2014 — Apr. 12, 2014.
2/ Cotton Valley: misty, moisty morn — Apr. 5, 2014.
3/ Cotton Valley Trail by night — Mar. 28, 2014.
4/ Picnic — Cotton Valley Rail Trail – July 31, 2013.
5/ Cotton Valley Rail Trail — May 11, 2013.
a/ Knight’s Pond — Aug. 26, 2012.
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I took the kids to the Alton Gilman Library the other day and as is my wont picked up a handful of the old magazines they were giving away. That is about the only thing I get from the library these days because I have at least 40 books lined up to read. These magazines are a treat.
One of the magazines I had picked up was from the “Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests”. It was from last year.
They featured this preserve on the first page. Now that I think about it I have heard of it, mainly in the context of Full Moon snowshoe hikes, but I have never taken much notice till now. Unlike me because as a Granite State Ambassador (GSA), as of 2001, I try to keep track of this stuff. It is now in the ‘data bank’. We will give it a go … soon. We have access to blueberries but the kids love to pick them. So they will like it. Yes, you know I will share pictures and details with you.
Crazy schedules the next couple of weeks — and that takes us into mid-July. Gather from the article that that is when the blueberries are at their best. So this should work out. By all means beat us to it. Enjoy.