Posted by: Debra LaValley | September 2, 2013

September 2, 2013

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Labor Day 2013

I woke up at 6:00 AM to the wildest thunderstorm! Molly was hiding under the bed. My mom called from the campground in Weare at 7:00 AM to tell me about the storms there. The air was thick and the sun was only seen for a few seconds here and there. It was a relaxing day though. I managed to take a few decent photos early in the morning of a Broad-winged Hawk that was trying to dry its feathers.

Broad-winged Hawk

Broad-winged Hawk

It was a good day to stay close to home. The southbound traffic on the highway looked like a giant parking lot. All the vacationers were heading home after spending the last “unofficial” Day of Summer in New Hampshire. Some left the highway and traveled the back roads. It was crazy out there.

I got my flu shot and then picked up my sister Jackie, and we spent a few hours in Penacook. Tomorrow is back to work, and hopefully the end of this humidity and rain.

Moooooo!

Moooooo!

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