Bridges and Eagles: Connecticut River Flatwater

Ever tried rowing a drift boat against the wind in flatwater? You can discontinue the gym membership if you like… The upside is lots of time to spot eagles, laugh about the amazing achievement of moving at a rate of negative miles per hour, and get a prolonged glance at the underside of covered bridges.

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Mt. Orne covered bridge. Lancaster, NH

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The Oxbow. Lots of cool birds to look up at, including eagles, which we were lucky enough to see.

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One thought on “Bridges and Eagles: Connecticut River Flatwater

  1. I see “FOMO” – out on the water, once . . . sometimes twice a week. Fear Of Missing Out, or something more??? enjoy your time with Sam and on the water!

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