These images were made on a road trip from Plymouth to Lyme, NH. It was mostly secondary roads one of which was called the Mt. Moosiluke Highway. No actual moose were seen but I did find a moose sculpture.
This is a popular tourist attraction. There are no polar bears (sorry). It is a series of small glacial caves that are rather small. They form when glaciers push huge rocks together but there are spaces left between the rocks.
The former Wentworth, NH train depot is now a historical museum.
Cool paint job on this service station, but it’s now closed.
Little green apples…You know the song; don’t make me sing it.
The back of a small town fire department.
Rustic folk art. A bear carved out of a log using a chain saw. I was telling a Spanish speaking friend about this and learned the Spanish word for chain saw is motosierra. That is the coolest sounding word ever.
I’ve seen this before. Fresh cut logs are placed in piles with sprinklers keeping them wet. I’ve seen posts that say it protects the wood and others that say it helps to rid the wood of the sap. Not every lumber mill uses the technique.