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... something that was local and not a chain food place. Catalano's pizza was a small wooden building by the side of the road in a small town called Carroll. It served a huge, homemade pizza (they were stretching the pizzas in front of the customers) which was out of this world, plus an enormous plate of fries. We simply couldn't finish either! And this was for the equivalent of about £14 for the both of us! The journey back to the hotel ...
... Welcome to New Hampshire! We won't be here long though as we are just passing through. There are great little towns here and I love the houses and White Birch Trees!
After a short drive...Maine! We are stopping just across the border. I am hoping this will be a state we visit for a while and I want to really enjoy JUST ...
... with all the mighty we have left, and sweat and swear and pull and slide and we're at the top! Let's get down fast, but where's the hut? Nowhere to be seen til near the end, but what a kick when we finally see it and it's not too far. We arrive at 6.20, dinner is on the table, we get in with our packs on and literally everyone is looking at us. We're told to just sit down, soup is being served. Amazing, we made it in time and we're so proud ...
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Its a little random in places as the week I have been literally so so busy, and only got time to film a couple of things.
Hope everyone back home is well, and I miss you all.
But Im having AN AMAZING time so far, so no homesickness yet.
... a bunch of retired bikers and locals drinking and having a good ole time.
The day was well spent and the night was relaxing. We burnt some birch wood by the campfire that evening and went to bed.
Friday, Kelsey and I decided to hike a trail called the Pemi Trail that ran directly out of our campground (almost our campsite). It followed the Pemigewasset River a few miles to where it met up with a natural monument called The Basin. ...