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... which seems a lot bigger. Penelope pointed out some local landmarks whilst we toured around picking up bits and pieces for the nights culinary experience and some other stuff. One store we visited (Penelope was determined to try and find me a hat to replace the one I lost in Glasgow) was a local sporting goods store. Something we wouldn't see in Australia was rack after rack of camouflage gear, from waders to jackets hats and even ...
... of Interesting Things" (MIT for short) - for a grand tour. John is a collector of amazing stuff, I'm envious of his library and as those who know me will understand - his gadget collection! Penelope has an artistic bent and has her own sections of the MIT where she has various artworks. The house has an amazing amount of well utilised space for what appears to be a normal house outside!
We met Dave who had come to do some wiring in the new shed, ...
... farming and forest but really mainly forest. Had morning tea/lunch at Stowe and for the first time an Australian type coffee. We drove over the White mountains on what the map showed as a dirt track but turned out to be something more a kin to the New England highway at home, even their worst roads are about the standard of our best. Accommodation at North Conway is a B&B, lovely and an Irish Pub next door, just ...
... are almost home! The White Mountains greet us in New Hampshire and we enjoy a familiar landscape. The clouds threaten rain and we prepare ourselves... Sara dons the rain gear, Mark will weather the storm. An hour from home and we encounter spots of heavy rain, although we aren't bothered, we are soaked. It's a bittersweet return. At the sound of the bike our neighbors welcome us home and Mark kisses the ground. We can hardly believe its over. What an amazing ...
... the steepest of all with a grade of 15%, unheard of on modern roads. It was a strenuous start, but from there the grade decreased and we began passing historic hill towns, many of which date back to the 18th century. The final climb to the top was rough as well, but we all made it and had lunch at the summit. The descent was excellent, but the road was not in the same shape as the western slope, so out brakes were burning. The views were still wonderful though, and the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking