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Saturday, August 14, 2010

NH Polar Caves

We took a ride up to the White Mountains here in NH to go explore the Polar Caves. We had a blast. We hadn't been there in about 5 years, and I wish we had gone sooner. The sights were amazing and climbing through the caves and learning about the different minerals in the rocks was very interesting. We also visited the Maple Sugar Museum that was on their property. The old tools and machines they used to make maple syrup were amazing. I was nice to not only have a fun family outing, but I also had the opportunity to teach my children about history and geology. We read the signs that described what the minerals were in the rocks and how the caves were formed by glaciers. It was again a place that is in my own state that I had taken for granted and forgotten about. I encourage everyone to explore what is right around you. You will probably be surprised at what you will discover.


  1. Love the message of this post - I think a lot of people feel like they have to travel far away to see or learn something new (especially about nature) when there's often plenty awaiting them in their own backyard!

  2. Thanks for the great blog. Glad you had a great time and we look forward to your next visit!

    Rob Arey, GM
    Polar Caves