The Blue Acorn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 21 Sleeper Road, Sunapee, New Hampshire, 03782, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 21 Sleeper Road, Sunapee, is near Mount Sunapee State Park and Ski Area and Mastlands.
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    Travel Blogs from Sunapee

    Calm Before the Storm

    A travel blog entry by lenjorge on May 31, 2015

    12 photos

    The end of a marvelous day at the pond, followed by a wonderful New England fish sandwich was capped by dinner at Gusanoz, a Mexican restaurant in Lebanon, NH which, interestingly enough was featured in an episode of Robert Irvine's Restaurant Impossible in 2012. There I met the most interesting man in the world, or should i say he met me! The appearance ...

    Dancing on Thin Ice

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Apr 11, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    This has been the winter that won't quit. And, it has been the year that I haven't been able to take my usual "sunny break trips." When we had another few inches of snow on April 8. I looked at the tracks left by early spring birds and comforted myself saying, it looks and feels like January but the "sunny break" is bound to be just days away.

    While I wait I've been reading Rachel Naomi Remen's book "Kitchen Table Wisdom." I restarted my ...

    Finding Strength to Heal

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Mar 15, 2015

    12 photos

    ... on.” He was surprised by the dramatic improvement in his vision and apparently, from more recent news reports, it has continued. http://blog.lululemon.com/kevin-pearce- love-your-brain/ Kevin and his family started the Love Your Brain Foundation. http://www.loveyourbrain.org/ The first Love Your Brain Friendly Yoga Classes started at the RVC in Lebanon, NH in October (while I was practicing and getting treatment in Boston.) The classes continue and the ...

    Cabin Fever Combat!

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jan 17, 2015

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... pentanglearts.org/

    Yes, winter can be hard up here. But it has its gifts. We notice the lengthening daylight and appreciate the beauty nature brings. The lack of big city traffic & commuting = < stress. When there’s a storm, everything is cancelled and we stay home. And then eventually, spring comes.

    Friends wonder & some ask now what? I’m addressing ...

    Pain is Inevitable; Suffering is Optional.

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 01, 2014

    4 comments, 93 photos

    ... is relative. All the shops, and every building are post WWII of course.

    We went Underground and find contrast to what “seems to be a world of order and decency and restraint.” At one point, Paul observed that “someone said pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.”

    That’s my thought for the day. I might have pain but I refuse to suffer. I know that as long as I keep myself moving, walking ...