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Day 4 (belatedly): Peacham and the White Mountains

Wow, that’s all I can say. I was somewhat discouraged when I got into southern Vermont to see that many of the trees were just beginning to change colors, but I headed north to the St. Johnsbury area and caught everything at the peak time. I was trying to avoid major highways, because you’re really not going to discover anything different. Luckily, after nearly getting lost a few times, or maybe I was who knows, I came across Ewell’s Pond, and a few other bodies of water, near Peacham. It’s one of the most picturesque ponds I’ve seen, probably helped by the incredible sky. Afterward it was out to White Mountain National Park in New Hampshire for fall foliage, with a few detours including a half-mile hike along the Appalachian Trail and seeing Newt Gingrich in Hanover, NH as I stopped for a bit to eat. Who knew he was still running. These are a few early edits, plus I’m hoping to play around with HDR for some of these later on.

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