123 North Main Bed & Breakfast
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... fed, we set out on the green line for north station with over an hour before our train left, but when we tried to transfer at Kenmore the only train that would have gotten us to North Station in time was out of service! We panicked (I more than Laura) and ran up to street level to catch a lift, though trying to find our specific driver in the chaos of Kenmore Square was a challenge. Got in the car with 15 minutes before the train left, and ...
Being knackered after our hike made it easier to leave the Adirondacks (alive!) and all we could think about was getting to Burlington (Vermont), where our next AirBnB was booked. So, out of Upstate NY, and into New England we went. I (Lydia) was looking forward to going to Burlington, after reading that it is very gay friendly. Perhaps my imagination ran away with me a little though. I was expecting quirky little streets and shops with rainbow flags hanging ...
... s parents and then drove another hour and a half to Chocorua. On Saturday Dave's parents hosted a cider party where we pressed about 70 bushels of apples yielding 60 gallons of cider to share with all the guests. Stan (David's Dad) uses only fresh picked apples, no drops, and mixes 1/2 dozen varieties to create spectacular ...
... were. The weather was lovely. Mt Washington is known for the worst weather in the world but today there was no wind. We had taken coats and rain jackets but we did not need them.
Lunch spot for today was another great place with great views. The journey allows passengers to have an hour at the top before going back down. The trip takes 40 minutes each way. They still run a steam train once a day - the first trip for the day. It takes an hour and 10 minutes. We were fortunate ...
... the throngs of leaf peepers would descend on the Kanc. I was energized by the scent of fresh pine and the glorious mountain vistas. My only care in the world was Surly's slipping gears. The chain popped off as soon as the grade steepened. I had to manually snap the chain into Granny Gear and leave it there for the ride up to the pass.