Don’t Need a Weathervane to Know Which Way the Wind Blows

A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I drove all over our exquisite corner of the globe to check out likely places to kayak that we hadn’t paddled before.
Jay and Goldie in Goose Pond marshes for web
No matter how long we live here in the Upper Valley (and it’s been a bunch of years), we always manage to find a great road we haven’t traveled before or notice something new.

One of the paddling possibilities we checked out was Goose Pond in Canaan, NH. This is a pretty big body of water if you’re in a kayak but we discovered there’s a nice marshy area on the north end of the water to explore. So we were back last weekend. (Note that our little girl Goldie is wearing her winter jacket and Jay has on a fleece hat. It was CHILLY.)

We had to take a detour to get there because the main road into the pond is closed for repairs on a dam.

I’m so glad we did because we discovered one of the great weathervanes of all time. Here it is, for your viewing pleasure.
VW bus on barn 1 for web

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