Wolf Cove Inn
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... whole thing and did what I would have probably done. She said the heck with it and just got on the bus back to the Inn.
Now as this is my last post I will leave you with some quotes from Kelly that I thought summed it all up. I hope we meet on the slopes again.
Waitress: "Would you like cake with buttercream frosting?"
Kelly: "I'll try anything once."
Me: "Kelly, want is your secret to living to 90?"
Kelly: "Just have to keep ...
... to get to the mountain before the morning crowd. To our surprise, the chair lifts didn't start operating until 9:00 a.m., but no matter -- we sat by the fire pit they have at the base of the mountain and patiently waited. We didn't end up getting on the first chair up the mountain, but we settled for the third.
The two peaks to the far right of the resort were closed on the first day due to ...
... in the main dining room, I'm almost positive we were actually living in a painting (stole that line from Erika, one of the participants from Germany).
With full bellies and many cups of coffee later we were on our way to Sunday River. 135 open trails, 55 miles of covered ground, and over 12 feet of fresh snow this season so far. Out of the 15 in our group, we have 14 skiers of various abilities and ages and one bearded, ...
When I unzipped Kelty's fly this morning, dense fog rolled in. A layer of dank mist hung over the Saco River and our campsite. I could barely see as I stumbled to the bath house. After downing my vat of oatmeal, I dilly dallied around camp, fussing over White Lightening's gear. With Surly on the DL suffering from chain popping-itis, ...
... into Fryeburg, ME and check out lodging options. Maura choppered ahead and made arrangements to stay at a deserted campground several miles west of town. We set up the Kelty within sight of the slow moving Saco River.
The empty campground gave us an eerie, kinda uncomfortable feeling, but we had a good night's sleep for $30.