An Epic Adventure Through The Granite State
Three intrepid men set off on an adventure to one of the most dangerous and remote parts of New Hampshire. This is their story.
Their harrowing journey began at a park ride in Vermont and led them over craggy mountain tops, paved roads and eventually to a parking lot with a slightly high level of fender benders.
After narrowly escaping death at The Beaver Pond parking area the group pushed deeper into the New Hampshire wilderness. The trio once again narrowly escaped disaster while crossing over the Bridge of Eternal Death to reach a scenic viewing area.
On arriving at the sinister parking lot for The Flume the nearly exausted group was forced to defend the Granite State from a pair of cyclists from New Jersey.
Not environmental damage, small sensor size nor improperly exposed transparency film could stop them now.
They pressed onward. The smooth path taunted their ankles with small patches of ice attempting to cause the explorers minor discomfort. They were unfazed.
At a moment of minor exhaustion, the mist lifted and the the explorers found themselves at their destination. Before them was a a place not seen by paying customers for at least a few months, The Flume.
Fearing for their lives, they inched closer.
Into the abyss they climbed.