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Travel Blogs from Laconia
... way, I passed several groups on the trail but eventually I found myself hiking alongside another solo trekker. Although she's not a newbie to the White Mountains trails, it was also her first time summiting Mt. Washington via the Tuckerman route. After a slow going ascent on the rugged trail, we made it to the first landmark, the Hermit Lake shelter at 2.4 miles. ...
... buildings. The buildings are generally much older than those at home and well cared for. Then there are the neighborhoods. Wow, all of the giant old houses! The neighborhoods that surround the downtown core are amazing. When we finished our walk we found our motel. Tonight we're in a Best Western and it's very nice. We are just on the edge of downtown in a quiet neighborhood. After changing into dry clothes ...
... br> Na dann, bis bald!
believe it or not - it's snowing! Not just a little, it's dumping! We've had heavy snowfall during the night, the forecast promised a snowstorm and it really hit the East Coast, just as the prognosis said. It doesn't look like spring here - not for the days (maybe weeks) to come.
You know me, it doesn't bother me at all. I love it! But the ...
... quiet snowy this week which meant that the conditions were great, although visibility at times a challenge (or was that my age?).
Last year we tried Loon for the day. This year we ventured up to Cannon which was wonderful. Slightly more dated than WV, but fabulous trails, great food and a wide selection of craft beers.
... took offense……we were called "leaf peepers"! All I know is there are a lot of us leaf peepers pumping some cold hard cash into their economy in these here parts!
It was a perfect time spent in New Hampshire. This leaf peeper will miss the stunning autumn colors in full glory. I’m afraid fall may never be the same for us!!
Next stop…. Maine!!!!!….and Lobsta….and the Coast…and Lobsta