The Highlands Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in almost a 100 years!!
As we were looking for the covered bridge where our friend had some very good times, we came across a man walking his miniature horse. As we stopped to take a picture he invited us to his house to see the other ones he had.We went over and he let Suzanne walk Harvey! They really are cute!
Well after our visit to Danville it is time to move onto Lake George, New York and the ...
... We were surprised by a trail angel, Bill Ackerly - The ice cream man! - he gave us ice cream and hung out with us for a long while. Bill also beat us at croquet, of course it was the first time any of us played - so he had the upper hand :)......lol. He left for dinner, leaving us at his home...what an awesome guy!! Some Southbounders stayed at his place, we have to make miles, so it is off to the next big hill tonight :(. Made it to the road ...
... what he was yelling at us. We just paid $20 to be shouted at! Following that we went to Flume Gorge, which we would really recommend to anyone. The waterfall was amazing, the views stunning and the walks were actually not too bad in terms of gradient. We ended up walking around the whole trail which took nearly 2 hours. On the way back, we stopped at a local eatery which was picked at random! 'stop at the next restaurant, no matter what it is'. ...
Decided to head back today after the falls. We ended up going in through Vermont (a few hour drive). It's a beautiful area, which is probably why we had problems finding a hotel! We even drove into New Hampshire looking for one, only to head back ...
... got to the parking lot 30 minutes ahead of our schedule.
It is a wrap! This first hike trip in the White Mountains has been really cool, it's a place to be reckoned with in regards to the weather and hiking conditions. There are really hard hikes (Osgood on the Southbound loop for example), and the hut system is an awesome example of great organization, environmental awareness, and just a bunch of cool, real people that care and it shows.