At the end of 2020 I've been playing catch-up with blog postings. This will be the last one in 2020, but there are at least a couple more 2020 postings that you will see soon in 2021. End of year photo projects often put blog postings on the back burner. Perhaps I'll try Instagram as a way to share photos in 2021 too. Or if you have another suggestion, please share either by emailing me or leaving a comment. I hope you enjoy these experiences I have been able to share with you in the past year. Did you notice a rare photo with myself in it? Look quickly, I may delete it. Let me know what you think of the blog. I wish you all the best in 2021.
Mount Meader was a pleasant surprise. It's overshadowed by it's neighbor, South Baldface, both literally and figuratively. But it is a very nice hike it its own right. There are no spectacular ledges like on the Baldface Circle Trail, but there are some really unique views over the Basin, Shell Pond, and into Evans Notch. And at this time of year with the leaves off, the woods are very open. So here we go.
We took the side trail to Brickett Falls and then bushwhacked back to the main trail.
See, the Baldfaces.
Evans Notch and beyond is Caribou.
The views aren't really at the summit.
Speckled Mountain and a glimpse of the Basin.
The Basin dam, and, in the upper right of this photo, the Brickett Place.
And the open woods on the trail back down. This was November 29, the days are short.