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Travel Blogs from Lincoln
... as we get to go into down and watch the town parade, then a huge firework display is put on over our lake at Camp. Anyway, we went to "Hatchland's farm" ice cream, which was just a little shop in the middle of nowhere. I got a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of cookies and cream with m&ms. It was nice but the scoops were huge and sickening. Then it was off to Walmart again. I managed to get my trolley stuck on one of the silver hangers...I'm sure any other people ...
We woke up somewhat tired and sore from sleeping in our car. We didn’t realize how early the sunrise was and any attempt to find a comfortable position was seemingly impossible. We woke up and got some breakfast at the Comfprt Inn. We drove the rest of Ohio, briefly through Pennsylvania and into New York, here we found Johnson Estate Winery on a random exit we took for gas. We did a wine tasting and tried their ice ...
... a bunch of retired bikers and locals drinking and having a good ole time.
The day was well spent and the night was relaxing. We burnt some birch wood by the campfire that evening and went to bed.
Friday, Kelsey and I decided to hike a trail called the Pemi Trail that ran directly out of our campground (almost our campsite). It followed the Pemigewasset River a few miles to where it met up with a natural monument called The Basin. ...
... The horn was blown and it had begun. We were then ushered into the dining room and told to get into our cabin groups, all the while the new girls started to become concerned, everyone got right into it and really made it believable. We quickly established that Cherie was missing while we were locking the doors, the walkies were going off, it was perfect chaos! Just as Em confirmed that she was last seen "feeding the pigs" and Marley ...
... It's scary how the world works. I got in contact with the Camp Director, making sure it was ok to come a day earlier than planned. The bus to Camp was supposed to take 3 hours, but due to Extreme traffic and poor weather conditions, we got there in 4 and a half. Our stop was the last, in Hanover, NH. The town is your very Mountain Country, American town. The College had it's graduation, so the whole town had tents up and people ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking