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... lake surrounded by holiday homes, popular for boating and fishing in summer. The lake was completely frozen over and there were even people walking on it with their dog. Speaking of dogs how's our latest photo of Kassy progressing Verity.
We decided our scenic drive was over and set Rosie to take us the fastest route (or as Rosie says "rowt") but we don't mind so much as we're both starting to slip into American at times. Yesterday in Boston for example we ...
... whole thing and did what I would have probably done. She said the heck with it and just got on the bus back to the Inn.
Now as this is my last post I will leave you with some quotes from Kelly that I thought summed it all up. I hope we meet on the slopes again.
Waitress: "Would you like cake with buttercream frosting?"
Kelly: "I'll try anything once."
Me: "Kelly, want is your secret to living to 90?"
Kelly: "Just have to keep ...
... to get to the mountain before the morning crowd. To our surprise, the chair lifts didn't start operating until 9:00 a.m., but no matter -- we sat by the fire pit they have at the base of the mountain and patiently waited. We didn't end up getting on the first chair up the mountain, but we settled for the third.
The two peaks to the far right of the resort were closed on the first day due to ...
What a glorious day to not be taking the T into work. No offense Boston, but Bethel, Maine knows what's up.
I opened our balcony door with a hot cup of coffee in hand and took a breath of that cold, fresh Maine air. It smelled like chimney smoke and opportunity. There was a dusting of snow on the ground from the night before, fresh powder waiting for new tracks.
We ate breakfast to the sounds of Vivaldi and Chopin (could have ...
... covered our faces with sunhats and took naps. It was HOT! The kind of weather you get a sun burn from! And oh – the views!
Footnote: later in the day, we were in North Conway to pick up food at the market. Ahead of us there was a red traffic light so we let a car that was nudging itself into the road make a turn onto the road – who was the driver? The young man on the trail! He ...