Wolfeboro Legend Monte-zuma This is the true story of a character from Wolfeboro Falls called Monte…Monte-zuma in full. This wasn’t his real name but that’s what the local boys used to call him back in the late 1950’s. Anyone familiar with the Smith River Canoe Race in Wolfeboro Falls knows where he lived because it is right on the opposite shoreline […]
This is the type of cat that looks right through you with it's gaze. I know it's a little random but if you're a cat lover you know what I'm talking about. My dog wouldn't stand a chance with this one. On a wall in Wolfeboro Falls.
After the big snowstorm this porcupine climbed the apple tree to wet its whistle on some fermented apples. It passed out a couple of times and then awoke to scoff down a few more. It spent the whole day on the upper branches and could care less what passed below.
Family of loons feeding at dusk on Lake Wentworth.
Poor Sailor. Out there on Lake Wentworth all by themselves on a tuesday afternoon without a care in the world. Where did I put my violin. Photo taken from 85 Square Hill.
Female Snapping turtles are on the move all over Wolfeboro Falls to find soft ground to lay their eggs. It takes 9 to 18 weeks for the eggs to hatch. These turtles are on the move between Goodwin's Basin (Moody's Pond) and Crescent Lake on the Bridge Falls Path. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Osgood. Here is more info […]
Mocha the chocolate lab was a stray dog rescued from Houston Texas 2 months ago. If you want a really special dog that can do things like…oh I don't know…walk on water! Then make sure you look into a rescue dog or check out a local shelter first. You won't regret it. Photo taken on Crescent lake […]
Here is an action photo gallery of every participant in the 2011 Smith River Canoe Race, Wolfeboro, NH. Here is a link to the complete album. I am offering these digital photos in high resolution to participants to raise funds for the Free Foley Non-Profit organization. Thankfully,Wolfeboro native and dear friend James Foley was released from a detention center […]
Tennis and basketball players get ready to elevate your game this summer. The courts will be raised about 6 inches and slightly graded to shed water. Apparently, court 4 of the tennis courts had issues trapping water so the grade will be corrected to shed toward Back Bay. As a child, we would play basketball on […]
Heavy snow driving through Wolfeboro Falls, early afternoon.