Crawford Notch General Store and Campground
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Drove 155 miles in 6 hours.
After a sleep in we managed to catch the 12.30 pm ferry. It was a hot, sunny day so the 10 mile journey across Lake Champlain was an extremely pleasant way to spend an hour.
The boat has been in operation since the 20's and was the interior was full of old photo's detailing the local ...
Big Agnes Copper Spur UL3 When I first recieved this tent, I was really thrilled! Roomy as all hell, vents up top, lots of storage, and light weight. I was thinking this would be my new do everything tent. But after only a few weeks, well owning this tent became.....a nightmare. First thing, the floor soaked up water, and anything on it, that had pressure on it became wet. The netting would grow holes....no matter how careful we were. (This is the first tent I ...
... for a few hours for the downpours to stop....then got our hike on.....and an hour later, another dark thundr cloud rolled over us. We tossed up the rainfly and supported the one end with our trecking poles. As we waited for the downpour to hit us...nothing. so we took down our shelter and started hiking again - THEN it started to rian! We decided to say screw it, and climbed down the North side in the rain. Made for a slippery hike down the waterfall area. As ...
Time to move on to Danville, Vermont! Why? Because we are slowly making our way over to Niagara Falls.
We weren't but 20 miles from Bar Harbor when a tire blew on the 5th wheel. Boy did it destroy the tire!! It didn't do to much damage to the camper but did break the cold water line. We waited a very long time to get someone to help change the tire. Since I had the flashers on my batteries went dead and I ...
... We met 3 Thumbs at the summit, he got his name because of a farming accident, the clippings thrower on the back of a tractor caught his two fingers, smashing the tips flat (best I can describe......take a hammer and smash the last knuckle on two fingers about 4 times...ouch!), causing them to look like his thumbs. He is a really cool guy, we hiked with him for a good while, before he headed to the shelter, we are heading further and will talk with him ...