Falling Water, Falling Temperatures


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New Hampshire Garden Solutions

October and November were much drier than normal here but finally, on the day before Thanksgiving, it warmed up a bit and rained over 2 inches. I thought, with all that rain, that waterfalls might be worth looking at, so off I went.

1. Ashuelot Depth Marker

Normally this depth marker in the Ashuelot River can’t be seen. When it is, you know it has been very dry. After the rain on November 27th, it is underwater once again.

 2. Disappearing Waterfall

I decided that my first waterfall would be Beaver Brook Falls, north of Keene. The only way to get to them is by walking, and when you do you have to pass the disappearing waterfall that flows down the hillside on the far side of the brook.  This stream appears only when we’ve had a large amount of rain and if we don’t have more it will disappear in a day or two.

 

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2 thoughts on “Falling Water, Falling Temperatures

  1. New Hampshire Garden Solutions December 4, 2013 / 7:30 pm

    Thanks for the re-blog. You must have a lot of readers. Quiet a few people have visited my blog recently.

    • fictionfitz December 5, 2013 / 8:51 am

      A good thing for both of us.

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