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Den Rock Walk

Hidden in the midst of population, business, and all of the bustle, I found this old Native American land called Den Rock Park. I guess when you think about it, all our land is old Native American land pretty much. Anyway, I am so glad this place has been preserved. I thoroughly enjoyed my walk while my Mom was having, and recovering, from cataract surgery earlier today. She did very well.

I saw signs of deer, coyote, fox, plenty of small animals, and numerous birds. This article is an excellent place to learn more on Den Rock Park as well.

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One of the deer tracks that I saw today in Den Rock Park. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

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Another deer track today. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

There is nothing quite like mother nature, and of course, wildlife.

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A mixture of sunshine and shade along the trails. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

This little park is a beautiful place. There is so much history here. And the sights don’t disappoint either. The sun shining down through the canopy, and the leaves on the trail to catch the rays.

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There were plenty of oak trees that looked like this. Squirrels, chipmunks, nut hatches, and woodpeckers, all are fond of these places. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

Then there is the Shawsheen River at one edge of the park. There trails that come right down to the water’s edge. Park benches dot the shoreline and invite visitors to sit and daydream about then and now.

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Another look at the Shawsheen River. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

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The Shawsheen River reflects the blue sky. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice views out in the bird sanctuary. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

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There are places to sit and watch the bird life. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

Around every turn or behind every hill there was more nature revealed and it was beautiful.

And if you are into fitness, see below, as I recorded my walk in, and around, the park earlier today.

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This little jaunt burned more than 400 calories, and it took me more than 5000 steps. (c) 2016 1inawesomewonder.

If you are in the area, stop by and check out this piece of American history, and maybe get in some nice exercise as well.

On My Mind and More

Well, sometimes I look at Facebook, and I respond literally to the question: “What’s on your mind?” Today I had a whole slew of answers, some of which I verbalized into the empty room surrounding me. Mostly they were superficial and not predicated on anything too important. Continue reading

Emblematic Moment

The poem.

Reasons, they fall apart in the face of the truest desire.
But excuses, they pile up in the corners where dreams did aspire.
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Duck Departure

#getoutside #visitNH #NHbeauty

Moose Flowage, Pittsburg, NH

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Merganser at Moose Flowage, (C) 1inawesomewonder.

Northern Flicker

This little visitor popped by today. The twins and I were happy to take a look at this natural beauty.

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(C) 1inawesomewonder 2016

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(C) 1inawesomewonder 2016

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(C) 1inawesomewonder 2016

Where Have I Scene This Before?

Sometimes I happen along during the day-to-day and I see something that reminds me of a scene I have seen somewhere before. In this case, it was turkey vultures on a pole, and it reminded me of another scene. Maybe it’s a stretch, but that’s how my mind works.

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Turkey vultures that I saw. (c) 1inawesomewonder

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Scene I was reminded of from The Jungle Book. (c) Disney