A Peace of Heaven Bed and Breakfast
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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.
Its the 4th of July and this means parties and parades. Bar Harbor put on a great show.
Make the choice to run the storm and go to Acadia. The National park is a loop road following the coast line. Quite a wild place can see why people come to watch the storms here. Cannot hang around as the first Atlantic Hurricane of the ...
... t want to hike back down, we figured we could grab a lift from someone.
On the east side, there were two trail options for reaching the summit: Lions Head or Tuckerman Ravine. Locals told us there was too much snow on the Tuckerman trail, so the Lion's Head was recommended. Too much snow?! Hell yes!
Hayley, not having seen snow before, was excited (rightfully so) and wanted to taking the 'snow route'. We had not expected to ...
... inclines, our little Nissan Versa did well to get us up to Cathedral Ledge in the Echo Lake State Park. Watching the sheet of rain come our direction was unlike anything we'd ever seen. Thankfully, we were equipped for the elements, and slapped on our rain jackets. The huge granite escarpments peppered the tree line of the White Mountains, and made for some amazing photos. Our nearly-panoramic views were incredible from Cathedral Ledge. After some ...