Canadian in Candia

July 11, 2009

Rest Area Boulders

Filed under: Climbing — Tags: , , — Miriam @ 10:23 am

Sometimes I get a little behind on things I want to Blog about, especially on very eventful weekends, so I apologize that I’m blogging a week behind these events but I wanted to share.

So as we drove Southbound on 93 we managed to outrun the thunderstorms for a short while. Then my husband decided to pull over at a rest area on 93 South which is North of Tilton. I wondered who had the weak bladder. It turns out this particular rest area has some wonderful climbing Boulders.

Rest area boulders climbing

Rest area boulders climbing

Perhaps I should change by blog’s byline to Adventures of a climbing groupie. But I really do enjoy taking pictures of my husband and his friends climbing.

Rest area boulders climbing
Rest area boulders climbing
Rest area boulders climbing

Rest area boulders climbing
Rest area boulders climbing

I even love scrambing up easy boulders to get a better perspective on things. Cooper usually follows me up boulders. But this one must have seemed too steep. The 16 foot leash is maxed out so I’m probably high enough to do some damage if I fell.
Rest area boulders climbing

While I’m posting about this I should probably introduce Ben to the blog.
Rest area boulders climbing
*Hi Ben*

Ben is our new housemate. He’s a friend of mine from back when I was a Senior in College.
Rest area boulders climbing

He’s a 22 year old Mechanical Engineering Major who is into hiking, climbing and many other outdoorsy things. And he’s single and looking. So tell your daughters, sisters, granddaughters, neighbors…
Rest area boulders climbing

Rest area boulders climbing

Ben’s actually really excited about my current climbing groupie status, because it means he will finally have pictures of himself climbing.
Rest area boulders climbing
Rest area boulders climbing

And I am hoping that someday soon my feet will feel better and I’ll be confident climbing myself again.
Rest area boulders climbing

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1 Comment »

  1. Hi Ben, nice to meet you!

    That is one thing I love about NH. No, not Ben, I just met him. But that great outdoor activities are so easily accessible.

    Comment by Jessica — July 11, 2009 @ 10:32 pm


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