This week's photo of the week is an old one! This was First Connecticut Lake Dam in Pittsburg NH. Dams were built for the log drives. Today the dam on First Connecticut Lake serves for flood control and recreation.
A haunted house in Pittsburg NH? With a view of First Connecticut Lake and just a mile south of Moose Alley, sits this creepy old farmhouse. Thank you Courtney Major for this scary rendition.
A ruffed grouse drumming in the Great North Woods . Great photo from Raymond Lacasse. Love, love, love photo!
Now we are taking turkey! Spring is in the air in the Connecticut Lakes Region and the turkeys are looking for love. Great photo from Raymond Lacasse. Now if it would stop snowing....
April 20, 2015 This week's photo is from Ginny O'Reilly and it is of the First Connecticut Lake pressure ridge in Pittsburg. A cold January morning, beautiful! Great shot Ginny! Most winters, First Connecticut Lake develops a pressure ridge. It is generally located in the widest part of the lake and tends to run north/south or east/west. [...]
April 13, 2015 We scan FB to find our Photo of the Week. This week's photo is from Mark Regillo and it is of the dam on East Inlet in Pittsburg. Great shot Mark!
April 6, 2015 Out photo of the week comes from Robert Reed who looked out and saw a hunter at the feeders! What an incredible shot of a Sharp-shinned hawk.
March 30, 2015 If this image doesn't depict what an incredible snow year 2015 was, I do not know what does! March 28, 2015, the descent from Stub Hill in Pittsburg NH. Wow!
March 23, 2015 This week's photo of the week comes from Michelle Hawes. Michelle captures images of the Connecticut Lakes almost daily and posts to her My Pittsburg Paradise 365, 24/7 page on Facebook. This 2 degree day in mid-March shows the grip winter has on New England in 2015. Brrrr!
March 15, 2015 This week's photo comes from Raymond Lacasse who loves Gray Jays! He writes 'Pittsburg tradition Canadian Gray Jay's, love stopping and seeing natures beauty!' Gray Jays frequent Diamond Ridge and the Deer Mountain Campground delighting visitors. Keep crackers or bread in your jacket and a bird just may land in your hand.