Zahn's Alpine Guest House
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... of camping. Funny! The site was private so no one but the Moose would see you. We decided to move because we were really alone out there and there is ************e camping this time of year during the midweek. Campground closes in two weeks. We moved to site 6 on May Pond which was closer to the main road right on the water with beautiful views but not near a pit toilet or water to drink. The only reason I am explaining these ...
... I think we might have been the only ones in the park but there were quite a few campers during the weekend checking out when we got here. No reservations needed during this time of year. There are no hookups but water spigots are located in each loop as well as bathhouses. Showers are located near the ranger station at the entrance as well as a recycling dumpster. There is a ...
Westward Ho! This is the first edition of our RV van trek blog. Richard and I (and friend Nancy Adams) are planning to start our trip out West on September 24th from Hopkinton, NH and end in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 29th (to attend our niece Leslie's wedding).
We've chosen a Northern route so that we can ...
Drove to Waltham & picked up Edna. Then drove to Gloucester. This is the oldest seaport town in America and was the location for the filming of the movie "The Perfect Storm" starring George Clooney. Took a boat tour of the harbor and got a real history of the area. P.S. If you wear New Balance sneakers the owner of the company loves Gloucester and has built a restaurant and is building their first waterfront hotel. Needless to say, Gloucester loves New Balance ...
... exercised a bit. Meandering along the bucolic backroads of eastern Massachusetts, we drove through towns founded back in the 1600's and early 1700's along cow paths so the roads go every which way. Our stops included a UPS store to return some Amazon items, a visit to the "Rack Attack' in Framingham to purchase a new bike rack for the jeep, and a stop at a Trader Joes for re supply. It's been two months since our last Trader Joes visit outside ...