Twin Pine Camps at New England Outdoor Center
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TripAdvisor Reviews Twin Pine Camps at New England Outdoor Center Millinocket
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... in a while. It was nice to gain elevation again and see the amazing sights that accompany mountains.
I made my way into Vermont, and subsequently a lot of mud. However, Vermont had some great views and I was able to make really good time. I was really excited about hitting the White Mountains in New Hampshire which caused me to zoom through 'Vermud".
The White Mountains did not disappoint. By far, this section was my favorite of the entire trail. ...
... we needed to be haha! Don't tell Brendan that, though :P There wasn't enough room in the car for one trip, so I had to wait with three ladies, and be interrogated, until the guy drove the others to the bridge point. The kindness of strangers, eh?!
As the bridge was out, off came the socks and shoes and we waded across to the other side. The water was cold, but refreshing in the heat.. plus, it was fun.
Brilliant day! Let's hope there is more of the same to come ...
... for a delicious lobster roll and several french fries. We even had enough dollar bills on us to purchase a bottle of water.
We arrived home a little after 4pm and while I sat in an ice bath to soothe my knees, Mark and I celebrated with a glass of wine. Around 6:45 we got a little hungry and treated ourselves to Buffalo Wild Wings and some Texas Hold'em on Buzztime (our new favorite Maine trivia app). Then, by 9 pm it was lights out. I hope I still have knees when I wake ...
... or phone for several days..
no matter, the wilderness is hauntingly beautiful
we’re entertained with nature.. birds are abundant..
luis even caught some brook trout..
... if your vehicle is taller than 9' or wider than 7’ then you can’t enter. Also, no pets are allowed. We continued into the park and headed to the visitor information center to see if there was somewhere we could park and still hike or bike around the park. The Pittsburgh native Ranger was pretty nice in helping us. He mentioned a lot right before the gate house up the road we could park in and hike ...