Loch Lyme Lodge

70 Orford Road, Lyme, New Hampshire, 03768, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 70 Orford Road, Lyme, is near Lake Morey, Dartmouth Skiway, and Orford Street Historic District.
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    Travel Blogs from Lyme

    Possible end of hike injuries?

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Aug 05, 2014

    10 photos

    ... We were surprised by a trail angel, Bill Ackerly - The ice cream man! - he gave us ice cream and hung out with us for a long while. Bill also beat us at croquet, of course it was the first time any of us played - so he had the upper hand :)......lol. He left for dinner, leaving us at his home...what an awesome guy!! Some Southbounders stayed at his place, we have to make miles, so it is off to the next big hill tonight :(. Made it to the road ...

    What a long week.........

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Aug 02, 2014

    21 photos

    ... let up - or start raining. As we waited, Machine (one of the warrior hikers.) Showed up. He will be staying here tonight. A chipmunk ran up to us, so I fed him a chip.....he chewed the the 4 edges round, licked off the salt, and then ate the rest. Cute little thing! We finally decided to hike out....and 45 minutes later, it downpoured......and we got soaked for the next 2 hours. As we arrived at the shelter, it was almost full, Open Book came in behind us - so we tented, for he ...

    Thank Goodness for Yoga!

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... way the doctors knew what chemo and other meds I had been exposed to, for the emergency evaluation, was because I had a copy of my DF records in hand. This is very frustrating!

    Yesterday, I had a productive meeting with Dr. Brooks, my long time PCP & internist. I tried to share some constructive ideas to help figure out a system that will give us confidence when I require care, urgent or otherwise at DHMC while home. ...

    True or Thru

    A travel blog entry by i-heart-travel on Jul 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Nearly two hours later we're over, it hasn't stopped raining so an executive decision is made: avoid peaks for the rest of the day. So we stick to Gulf trail, which goes around them, and we walk happily with a few things to report: a guy that hikes w his dog, a family that lost part of their family, how important it is to have a compass, Mauris rain jacket sucks, Mt washington really has ****** weather (and they don't sell beer!), and that ...

    After Chemo Course 1 - Altered Expectations

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jul 12, 2014

    6 comments, 20 photos

    ... growing normal cell and the chemicals are unable to discriminate. That's why cancer patients often lose their hair. Am I worried about that? Nope! I've some comfy hats, it's only "hair," and it will grow back eventually. I did not feel any effects of Monday night's chemo infusion until Thursday evening. When my legs and feet ached, I chalked it up to  21\2 days in bed, and then the fact that Noah and I had spent ...