The ice is out on the Pemigewasset river, Where I stood a few days ago on a floating mass of stable slabs has been replaces with a fast flowing waterway. If you are looking for a White Mountain NH property expert, your search is over...Alpine Lakes Real Estate of Lincoln & Campton New Hampshire.
The Middle of March and the ice is moving down stream. A twenty foot wall of ice moves separately, yet together along the parade route. It slows a bit now and then to feature one act then picks up the pace and is gone making room for the next show.
Here is the same exact spot on September 15 th 2010 - a 6 months rehearsal for the ice performance.
This spot is 600 feet from my back door, do I love the changing seasons of the White Mountains in New Hampshire? What do you think?
Giant slabs the size of small cars are breaking up and pushing past my vantage point. Taking along with it trees and debris swept up in the wake of these icebergs.
The sound of frozen boulder grinding and crashing in to the rock and the shore, dissipates quickly as I step away from the water edge.
Making way for another mild March melting day.
I enjoy the change of seasons in the White mountains of New Hampshire. It's never boring, there is always something to look forward to and if you have digital pictures there is something to look back at as well.