Tuesday, June 11, 2013

New Hampshire

The top two pictures are taken in Rumford, New Hampshire.  The Rumford Falls on the Androscoggin River  is the highest falls east of Niagara, 40,000 kilowatts of electricity per hour is produced at the upper and lower dams.   This town also had a paper mill, but the trees pretty much obscured the view to where I could not get any pictures.  The last two pictures are some of the scenery of New Hampshire.  Unfortunately the weather was pretty dreary most of the time.

Hope you have a wonderful Tuesday.


Far Side of Fifty said...

What is our Paul Bunyan doing there? Somehow I sense that you were disgusted with the trees..and the rain. Those waterfalls are impressive! I have never been to New Hampshire or Maine..the farthest east I have been is Illinois, Tennessee and Georgia..:)

Jeffro said...

Thank you!

Crystal said...

Guess there is a lot of logging there! Nice falls, I love waterfalls, they always seem impressive