Horace Kellogg Homestead Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After one month and two weeks we are closing the circle on this adventure. To think that just a few weeks ago we were standing on cliffs edges in Utah, washing our hair in public bathroom sinks, surrounded by gigantic old trees and large creatures that come out in the ...
... has been absolutely spectacular. Last time I was here I remember having to stop at LLBean to buy a t-shirt, because even though it was early November it was sunny and in the 70s and I was not prepared. This visit was almost as nice, just a little bit cooler, but sunny and gorgeous. I think Portland likes me and wants to show off.
Monday we left the coast and headed inland through western Maine, up into New Hampshire ...
... storm pushed this area past 'peak' but I'm hoping as we move across southern New England towards Cape Cod we'll catch up to the colors again.
We stopped to stretch our legs at Kent Falls State Park http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kent_Falls _State_Park . As we climbed up the path I noticed a couple in tux and wedding gown, posing with the Falls in the background. But...no photographer? Camera, check. Tripod, check. ...
Wednesday morning we drove to Monadnock State Park to climb Monadnock Mountain. It is an isolated mountain 3165 feet high in New Hampshire. Monadnock is thought to be the most climbed mountain in all of the USA. It is the highest mountain in 30miles and it is 2000feet higher then all its surroundings so normally you get amazing views of Massachusetts and New Hampshire and even Maine. Sadly this day was not one of the days to get amazing views. It was warm but ...
... t help but think how many others in similar conditions could benefit from this, like my dad back in Japan...
Michelle and I biked to the orchard close by while the boys got their bike tires sorted out. Then we all went on a a beautiful bike trail over the Connecticut river to Hadley. The scenery is so different to where we were just a few days ago in Greece, it was really hard to imagine we had been in Greece just a few days ago. I think we biked around ...