Pictures: Bondcliff, Mt Bond, West Bond

These are some more of the photos from Thursday’s trip. If you’re hiking tomorrow (Sunday) I hope these help guide your expectations for the day. Don’t be put off by the clouds. A trip to the mountains is a beautiful day, no matter the extent of the view from the summit. The longest views were had later in the afternoon — I’d have missed them had I stayed home. Walking out by moonlight was a treat. Not at all something to be feared, the night, with the moon overhead to watch over me, was as a velvet duvet, comforting in its quietude.

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Looking toward Bondcliff was my reward at the end of the day.
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Can’t see my objective from Lincoln Woods trail today.
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Looking vaguely toward Mt Huntington across the East Branch of the Pemmigewasset River.
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Looking up the Pemi. No view today? We’ll see!
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Footbridge across Franconia Brook. It’s a doorway to another world.

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Mt Garfield made an appearance. What a majestic looking peak!

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Looking mainly south from Mt Bond. A sliver of a golden sky.
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Looking southwest-ish from Bond. More gold.

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