Deer Mountain Lodge & Wilderness Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... something. So I'm constantly on the road.
Unfortunately my stay here comes to an end pretty soon. One more week and I am almost on my way back to Vienna. I hate that, you know me - leaving my home away from home is always a hard thing to do.
You won't be too surprised to learn that the next flight is already booked. So just a few months and I'll be back. Well, maybe till later - or if not, talk to you in Feb 2016!
Today, we headed off to Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Mount Washington is the highest point in New England. It is about an hour drive from St. Johnsbury. On the way, we stopped for lunch at a restored railway station. I had some good clam chowder. We also stopped by the Moose River to let Mousse do some exploring.
Once we got to Mount Washington, our plan was to check out the area. This is where I threw the shoe. After I got out of ...
... us to change sites. Not many camping at this time of year on a Sunday night about 11 sites were taken, but the girl in the office told us that Columbus Day weekend they were already booked. We did get cell service which was great after not having it at another state park way up north in New Hampshire for three days. If we were in the area again we would stop to stay ...
We drove about 3.5 hours from Rita's to catch the cog train up Mt. Washington the 2nd highest Mountain in US and the highest recorded winds in the US. The ride was great really steep aboit 40-45 minutes to the top and beautiful view. Once at the top we had an hour to take pictures and shop before a rather scarry ride down. Thought ...
... Park with private homes surrounding it but it is very nice. Some sites are close together and other sites are a good size with a firepit, picnic table and w & e hookups. There are showers for a fee 25 cents and a bathhouse all were very clean. The rangers were very nice at checkin and there is a store there for purchasing ice, wood and other essentials. They will bring your wood to your site using a golf cart ...