Glacial rock in Horn Pond Reservation
Horn Pond Reservation hiking & more
I have been coming to Horn Pond Reservation since the late 70’s. My major activities include sailing lessons, trying kayaks, and hiking alone or with groups year around. The hiking varies from flat and easy to steep and strenuous. The ledge part of the mountain may have parts that need rock climbing gear. The other parts of the ledge side of the mountain is a challenge although for only a short distance. A condensed sample of many of the types of trails encountered in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. There is variety in the wet areas to include a bog, marsh, lagoon, stream, and a lake with island and dam.
Horn Pond Reservation is changing both by people and nature. Some of the man-made changes include added protection to prevent accidents, memorials. As usage, increases minor trails appear, and some minor trails go back to nature takes the trail back with growth. To read more please click here.
Quarry site in Harold Parker Forest
Hiking in Harold Parker State Forest
Harold Parker consists of 3,300 acres with more than 35 miles of logging roads and hiking trails. The forest is almost all hardwood, hemlock, and pine. Ten ponds are available for the water enthusiast, using non-motorized boats. To read more please click here.
Mountain Khakis Granite Creek convertible pants
Mountain Khakis Granite Creek convertible shorts
- Review by Arnie P
- The Granite Creek convertible pants were provided by Mountain Khakis for the purpose of this review.
- The Mountain Khakis Granite Creek is available in the following colors: Ash, Birch, Earth, and Pine and sizes from small to XXL. The material is 6.3 oz 100% Nylon, with a brushed finish that is soft to the touch. Other highlights are triple stitching on major seams and quick drying. The fabric is protected by Scotchguard for stain resistance while allowing the fabric to remain breathable and soft.
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After two months with this knife I am more concerned about one of my fishing buddies swiping it than it not doing its job. Time and time again I have heard the comment “Use my knife, don’t get your fancy one dirty cutting bait or cleaning fish.” I have to agree with them, the Benchmade Griptilian 551 H20 Knife is fancy, but it is also meant for serious use.
Read more of the update on this knife here
by Anderson Bowman
Despite promising more pictures I am not having too much luck taking really cool pictures of FliCK. It is a bit more more difficult than I imagined to pull a hook out of a fish’s mouth while holding a multi-tool, camera, and fish, but never fear, I am still trying.
Read more about my adventures with the FliCK here
I have been using the Gerber FliCK pretty steadily over the last month. Using a multi-tool is nearly a daily activity for me. It seems like there is always something I can do with it, so it has to stay close.
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