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... in Newry is a standard Paddleford truss bridge. Theodore Burr, Torrington, Ct created the arch truss bridge where the truss is anchored by abutments. The Paddleford truss design was created by Peter Paddleford from Littleton, NH. After leaving the covered bridge, we wound our way to the Grafton Notch State Park. There are several interesting turnouts in this park that were quite unique. In the first area, there is a marker explaining how a glacial ...
... years between us. I wish I could have stayed longer but it was raining and we had quite a drive.
I drove from this point on and gave mom a rest. We managed to use maps to navigate our way all the way to the Kancamagus where I just wanted to do a small section of the road from Conway to Bear Notch Road. We stopped for a few pics at the Albany covered bridge and a few quick stops along the river but it was ...
... Jagd an sich ja schon nichts abgewinnen, aber diese Idee, mit GPS auf ...
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.
... on this trip, given it is spring and moving into summer. In fact, today was the first day of summer.
We were also informed that the Tuckerman Ravine trail is highly dangerous (because of the snow), particularly if you are unfamiliar with the terrain. Weighing up the want to see snow versus the desire to live, we decided to take the Lion's Head trail. Hakuna mutata!
The distance itself was only 4.5mi/7.2km; it was the ...