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    Default Mud, snow and ice: Water in all its forms on the trail to Arethusa Falls

    After the last difficult week, Janelle and I felt we needed to be back in the Whites. We had an afternoon on our hands, so decided to see how high the water was along Bemis Brook and Arethusa. This is what we found: Arethusa Falls casts a Springtime spell


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    Very nice Dan! Especially with the amount of water coming over the falls. Thanks for bringing us along!
    Bob

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    Nice hike Dan and Janelle. We haven't been to the falls for many years. I agree that this time of the year; hiking in NH is not as much fun with the dirty snow, mud, tough river crossings etc.. Also, know what you mean when you're off the trails for a time and you realize that you've lost the stamina you had built up at one time and now need to get out more.

    Donna
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