Bear Brook State Park

Even though it was a damp cloudy morning we hiked the nearby trails just to get some exercise and see the sights.  We were hearing gunfire not too far away so we decided not to venture too far into the woods after all since we didn’t know the boundaries for the hunters.

Along the Trail

The swimming pond is closed for the season, the picnic tables all stacked up inside the shelter and the parking lot barricaded.

Shelter by the Pond

The C. C. C. Worker  –  This statue is dedicated to the young men who served in the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933-1942.  Their work in the parks and forests of New Hampshire, and many other states remains today for all to enjoy.

The CCC Museum that we have been camped behind for the last few days is closing for the season today.  Tomorrow we will leave this area and slowly move south.

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