A Peace of Heaven Bed and Breakfast
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... which actually are a species of char.
The new dam wall is being built by Brookfield and I had an interesting chat with the clients Engineering Manager. The site has to close from Christmas until May each year because of the icy conditions. Some of the guys will work those months on another company project in Alabama, but most just go onto Unemployment Benefits. That is apparently normal.
She is going to let the photos do the talking.
... s see..gorgeous fall leaves all around the shore line, parking at the front door, BBQ on the deck, fireplace, great sunset , about 20 m (they would say yards) to a place to fish, moose reputed (but not yet seen) nearby and a bottle of red ready to open.
Tuesday October 6 2015
Our second day here started easy (they say here "skinny" or "short") with drives to surrounding streams , ponds and lakes with ...
... the road. We heard the 40+ dogs morning and evening when they were let out to run. They probably kept wildlife away from our campground! On the way to Ottawa you go through the Dixville Notch - a really neat notch between small mountains and in Errol Maine is a great store - something for everyone - camping, fishing, hunting, clothes, food and hardware!! We always find neat stuff there.
We left Al's house this morning around 10am and decided to just use a regular map to guide us up back roads through New Hampshire. I was trying to set something up a meeting with my dear friend from college Angi but the reception was terrible and after I lost my connection with her I could not even get a text through. The last place we talked about meeting up was Wolfeboro on the south end of Lake Winnipesauke so I went ...
We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.