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Travel Blogs from Jackson
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Its a little random in places as the week I have been literally so so busy, and only got time to film a couple of things.
Hope everyone back home is well, and I miss you all.
But Im having AN AMAZING time so far, so no homesickness yet.
... oil change. I noticed the accents changing a bit since we traveled into New Hampshire. They sound a lot more Boston-ish… with caaah instead of car and such. Over all people seem to be very friendly and welcoming to us in these small towns out east.
The campfire menu late that evening included a pie iron of 3 slices of bread intertwined with red and green pepper and pepper jack cheese. I burnt the bread terribly. Anything over ...
... counsellors) were shipped of to Camp winoa to complete our lifeguard training. Today was pretty tough as we had to complete the pre-req fitness assessments, which we all passed with flying colours, although I nearly got lost on the 500m swim and swam further then I needed to. That's really all for now. We're about to watch se Netflix before Turning in. The next video should be up by the end of the week. Miss you all Namaste ...
... was tough. We did the first two miles relatively easily. During which, we saw streams, waterfalls, chipmunks and...snow. That's right, Hayley saw snow for the first time! It was fairly weak though; merely a layer of ice over part of the trail. Nonetheless, it was cool.
The first half of our hike set our expectations for part two. Mistake #1.
Because it took us less than 90 minutes to hit the halfway mark, including a snack ...
... 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 ...