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    Hi Everyone,

    It's been a long time since I've posted last because we haven't been in the woods recently. We decided to get out yesterday and checked out the Wiggin Farm - Tuttle Swamp Conservation Area close by where we live. It's not a huge hike, or really even a "hike", but instead more of a nature walk. I thought I'd share some of my photos here. My full trip report can be found on my blog if you'd like to check it out.

    http://www.livefreeandhikenh.blogspo...servation.html

    Karl








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    Karl,
    Looks like a nice place. It is always good to get out "in the woods" whether for a hike or nature walk.

    Donna
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    Karl,

    That area does look very nice to spend an afternoon in the outdoors. I agree with Donna, whether hiking or walking, just being out in the woods is tops! Thanks for bringing us along!
    Bob

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    Hi Donna - I agree. It's been a long time for Jill and I and was great to get some fresh air! Hope we can make this an every weekend "thing" until next winter! I hope you and Mike are doing well!

    Hi Bob - Yes, being in the woods is where I want to be. Wish I had a job where I could be outside all the time. Hope you're doing great too!

    Karl

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