Notch View Inn
Travel Blogs from Colebrook
He was driving down the open road, watching the change from the snowy mountain tops, to the rusty leaves falling from the clouds. All he could think about was a hot bath, a new bed to sleep in, a nice drink, and to talk to some people as he was driving next to the connecticut river. He found the ...
As we continued westward through the 30 mile stretch of Hwy 2 that crosses the upper part of New Hampshire in between Maine and Vermont, it continued to snow light flurries off and on - but in between these dark cloud flurries, the sun came out and shown beautifully on the surrounding landscape.
Maine was a very long drive. Going down all of these avenues, I saw many farms and houses braced for the winter weather. I've noticed that the villages are getting smaller as the big towns are growing. As soon as I got out of the White Mountains and past a few rivers, I got stopped by a lot of traffic.
Finally, we ddrove on across the thumb of New Hampshire. Charley was not very happy with ...
... perch. This area is filled with mountain lakes and streams, which form numerous waterfalls. Many of these streams have eroded the rock bases and formed gorges. They are numerous, and they are beautiful!
At the village of Lincoln, we turned eastbound to traverse the Kancamagus Highway. This is purported to be one of the most scenic roads in New Hampshire and a place of natural wonder. It was nice, but we cannot truthfully say it ...
ahhh...after a GREAT day riding...headed back to the US!!!
Rode for 5 hours...dropped the horses off in the pasture, untacked them, watched them roll in the dust, kick up their heels, neigh and whinny and run around the pasture, so happy to be free of us riders!
Headed down to the US....got scrutinized by the lonely US border agent....she actually went in the trunk ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility