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Naming the NH Mushrooms

Follow my blog with Bloglovin New Hampshire has the most remarkable mushrooms. The colors and shapes amaze me. When you see me bending down in the woods, I’m probably taking a photo of a mushroom. Neighbors even alert me when

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Baby Maples Everywhere

Our New Hampshire camp has gravel in the parts of the yard that aren’t wooded. It makes an easy-to-maintain place with no lawn mower necessary. After all, you come to the New Hampshire woods to hike, kayak or read on

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Early Arrival at Camp

We usually dally along the way to New Hampshire and arrive in early June. This year we got an early start, arriving the first day that camp opened, May 9. We weren’t the only early arrivals. Other cottages had a

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Indian Pipe Plant: A Ghostly Wild Plant

Learn about This White, Unusual Woodland Plant – Indian Pipe Plants Walking in the New Hampshire forests, I spotted an odd-looking plant, Later I learned this white, fleshy looking plant was called Indian Pipes. It grows in shady areas where

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