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Set 2 of My Pictures of Wild Cranberries and Cherries
Bob Jensen at Trinity University 

In front of our cottage we have four mature wild cranberry bushes plus a wild cherry tree
The yields vary each year. The Summer of 2013 was an abundant year for cherries and cranberries
Birds, chipmunks, and tiny ground squirrels don't much care for these berries in the summer and autumn
But in the winter when the wind howls and the snow flies these hungry creatures sit in front of my desk and eat the bright red berries


Below are three of my favorite shots


Wild turkeys amongst two of the wild cranberry bushes


Eventually the bushes are stripped of all or nearly all of the cranberries


A stripped cranberry bush in front of my desk with Mt. Washington in the background

Mt. Washington with my cameral zoomed.


We have a wild cherry tree in the yard.
The birds do not eat these cherries until becoming very hungry in the late winter
The snow capped mountain in the background is Mt. Lafayette



Wild turkeys eating the wild cherries in early spring
They have their way of spreading the pits around the countryside to seed new trees

She might become dinner for a bobcat or a huge fisher cat
Her defense is the ability to fly plus safety in flocks
She relies a great deal on the warning cries of crows and blue jays

Pickings are pretty slim around this hydrangea tree

Pickings are pretty slim everywhere for all our wild creatures in the winter
That's why the bears hibernate and the Moose stand like statues in the woods
Crawling beneath the snow, however, are hundreds of tiny blind moles in our yard


The owls and hawks seek out those blind little moles in nature's plan
I guess that's why there are so many moles relative to owls and hawks



Wild Cranberries and Cherries Set 01 ---

Cottage History

Sunset Hill Hotel Resort History Set 01 ---   

After the Sunset Hill Hotel Resort was nearly all demolished in 1973, our cottage (before it was ours)
was moved in 1977 from the golf course across a tennis court and up to where the former hotel site.
I show pictures of the preparation work prior to the moving the cottage and its four fireplaces

Next I show pictures of the move to the new site 

Next I show the pictures of a 1980 spectacular fire on one of the remaining three cottages



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On May 14, 2006 I retired from Trinity University after a long and wonderful career as an accounting professor in four universities. I was generously granted "Emeritus" status by the Trustees of Trinity University. My wife and I now live in a cottage in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ---

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Our address is 190 Sunset Hill Road, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Our cottage was known as the Brayton Cottage in the early 1900s
Sunset Hill is a ridge overlooking with New Hampshire's White Mountains to the East
and Vermont's Green Mountains to the West



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