As so often seems to be the case, one goes on vacation only to come home to a laundry list of things that has grown a lot longer since one went on vacation - at least that's been the case for me this week hence the reason no one has gotten to see any of those 1,400+ pictures from my recent trip to New Hampshire and Maine yet. I could bore you with all of the details of what I've been doing since I got home late Sunday night but that doesn't sound like a lot of fun so instead I'm going to post one of the pictures that I have actually managed to do something with since returning - kind of a sneak peek sort of thing!
This is part of the Swift River as it runs through Conway Village in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The Swift River is one of the major tributaries of the Saco, a 120-mile river which originates at Saco Lake in Crawford Notch and flows on to the Atlantic Ocean in Maine. I stopped to take pictures in this particular spot as there's a very nice covered bridge just out of view that if you promise to come back another day, I promise to show to you! Honest!