Birch Knoll cabin on Bearcamp Pond, New Hampshire
My heart aches to see this place.
The back porch, from behind the garage.
The back porch, from the path leading up from the driveway.
A typical early summer day.
First glimpse of the cabin from the driveway.
Sunrise from the back porch.
Part of the quarter-mile-long driveway.
This is why it was called "Birch Knoll."
Snow White in the rock garden.
Ebony loved to take canoe rides with us.
A nearly perfect mirror.
View from the front porch.
View from the dock.
Our dock and boats.
The White Mountains, from the other end of the pond.
An uncommon sight: colorful sunsets were quite rare because the air was so incredibly clean.
Ebony enjoys the moonlit view during the ride home after watching the sunset from the other end of the pond.
Summer home of Stephen and Dorothy Greene, who wintered in Rhode Island.
Stephen's woods (sadly now all gone, torn down for a failed organic farming business by his grandson).
An enormous field of pine tree moss in Stephen's woods.
Enjoying the pine tree moss in Stephen's woods.
This remarkable "biological highway sign" was cut down a very long time ago.
A typical dirt road in the area after a particularly bad storm.
The beach at the other end of the pond.
Along the Kancamagus Highway
Martin Engstrom visiting Franconia Notch State Park. Here's "Marty on the Mountain": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNATQANryFc