The Cabernet Inn
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... speaking province. All the road signs are in French (no English) and looked nothing like the road signs we've become familiar with in France.
The further we drove the heavier the snow was getting and the outside temperature is now 28 degrees Fahrenheit, enough for the water on the highway to freeze and that was a bit worrying.
By the time we were on the outskirts of Quebec the snow is starting to get much heavier and visibility a few hundred metres.
Next stop ...
... off the mountain! Now this requires a little bit of a back story. When you reach the age of 90 and you go skiing, there are a few perks -- one of them is you get to ski for free. With our program, one morning-only lift ticket is included, so we basically ski from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., and you can upgrade your ticket to a full-day ticket for $15 per day. At Sunday River, most of the lift operators are pretty relaxed about checking tickets, and we skied until about ...
... the experienced skier. The best part about the end of the day...is that it isn't even close to the end of the day. Instead of having to drive back home like many of the other poor souls on the mountain, we get to enjoy relaxing at the Inn in whatever way we see fit.
Tomorrow is another day. If the forecast is correct, we should be skiing on six inches of fresh power by 9:00 a.m. But for ...
... quality time together doing something we both love and enjoy, we get to do it with a great group of individuals who also share our passion.
Now, it doesn't stop with skiing on the mountain. Just today, we have gone skiing for about four hours, hit the weights in the gym, enjoyed the outdoor pool, and took a breather in the sauna (all of which are on the grounds of the Bethel Inn).
More to come tomorrow, but for ...
... in the town of North Conway, about 25 minutes from our destination of Bartlett, fulfilled our provisioning needs. It’s not that Bartlett is so far away from stores, but I really like the feeling of having food stuff at the house – a sense that we can go out if we want but can also burrow in if we desire. The evening light was coming on and with not only a trunk full but now a back seat full of our ...