1810 House Bed & Breakfast
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Day 52. New Hampshire Today we went to the Fryeburg Fair, the biggest fair in the state of Maine. It was great, very country, Andrew you would have loved it. Forestry was very much to the fore, with a Maine State Forest stand, old milling machines puffing away, competitions for wood chopping, saw logging, log rolling and log unstacking from trucks. State ...
... is the place to be in fall.
Driving into the heart of the parking at the Fryeburg Fair is the hard part but with the towns help driving and parking is made easier by homeowners renting out their lawns for five bucks a car. The gates open at 7 and the traffic begins to get heavy around 8am. Buildings inside begin to open at 9am sharp. The main gate was busier then any other gate, entering from a side gate is much quicker. There are 4 people attending to ...
Day 51. New Hampshire Today we journeyed across White Mountain - but not before we did a ten mile loop to bring us back to the beginning. We learnt how maple syrup is produced and even saw some maple farms. Apart for the magnificent drive and scenery, the highlight of the day was a stunning two mile walk through Flume Gorge. Today met all our expectation of leaf peeping - excellent - green, brown, yellow, orange, red making a final statement before the chills of winter. Mileage: 116 ...
... We could see Castle in the Clouds from the boat!
Tonight I treated myself to my first movie of the tour (got Cinderella from Redbox). I put on my pajamas, had popcorn and crashed. Skip, however, Mr. Lobster Lover and two partners in crustaceous crime, Charlotte Duckett (Colorado) and Brenda Walton (Hawaii) drove 20 miles to a lobster place that steamed them Maine lobsters to go. SKIP ATE BOTH of his purchases for ...
Before our trip, I ordered the Vermont and New Hampshire Visitor's Guides. After wading through pages on restaurants and retail, lodging and events, I still couldn't figure out a list of things I want to do/see. Most of the brochures are organized by region,; North, South, East, West. How do I know what region I want to visit?
Since I don't find the brochures helpful, for the past few years I'v used TripAdvisor to plan our trips. ...