When you have a chance to fly over hundreds of miles of forests and mountains of Northern New Hampshire, you take it. I recently flew with one of our friends in a Robinson R-44, covering Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. The weather was good, and the flight was great. Doug has been around Northern Maine since childhood and knows the North Country better than most. Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s a million.
And that’s just the first part of the trip. Our flight went up east of Nashua and Manchester, through Franconia Notch, up to Boylan State Airport. We continued on to Gifford airfield, through Dixville Notch, onto Errol airfield. Eastward toward Lake Umbagog (avoiding the preserve), Middle Dam, Upper Dam, then to Rangeley. A quick stop near Rangeley, then back to civilization. Hundreds of miles through the mountains and forests of New Hampshire and Maine. More pictures below.
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