Sacred Trust: Fiction
“An existential environmental time bomb - in the form of a massive powerline - is about to explode an entire way of life for the people of the North Country. Nine unlikely heroes - rock climbers, paddlers, a deer farmer and a former spook - are all that stands between the people and their worst nightmare.”
This is their story . . .
A photographic journey through the Baker River Valley of New Hampshire.
In the heart of New Hampshire, the geographic center of the state, is a beautiful meandering river that is the focal point of a very special community of people and a landscape that grows into the heart like a spreading wildfire. The Baker River, called Asquamchumaukee by the original natives of the region, is an archetype of a river flowing freely along the Baker River Valley in the southern foothills of New Hampshire's White Mountains and to the east of the Upper Valley Region, beginning with the fast flowing waters of the Moosilaukee region and ending in broad lugubrious oxbows where it meets the Pemigewasset River. Read more.
New Hampshire - A Love Story
Images, poems, prose : Wayne King celebrates his native state in words and images captured across the state. From his early days as a mountain guide to his 1994 campaign for Governor and publication of Heart of New Hampshire Magazine, King has maintained a life-long love affair with New Hampshire where his Iroquois and Abenaki ancestors have lived for thousands of years and his European ancestors for 14 generations.