Coos Motor inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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The trip from Gorham to Littleton is not a long one, but we decided to take a more circuitous route today. We opted out of traveling on the auto-road to Mt. Washington, but instead drove south through White Mountains State Park, stopping at quaint covered bridges, apple cider mills, and other shopping opportunities along the way. Many of the covered bridges were built in the 1800s and 1900s. We've been trying to speculate why the bridges were built covered in the first place. We saw ...
... cylinders are formed...amazing to see! We also stopped at Mother Walker and Moose Cave areas. Moose Cave section had a little path where you could see the effect of moving and melting glacial ice in the huge, sheared boulders on the sides of the mountain. Altogether, today was another amazing reminder of the mighty powers of water...forming and shaping the face of the planet over and over again. It's hard to remember how water formed spaces that aren't ...
New Hampshire has lived up to its reputation of its amazing fall color show! "Wow" moments around most corners. Columbus Day-long weekend brought thousands of additional "peepers" Besides the non-stop color blitz, a 4-hour/38-mile ride on the Hobo Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad made going from Meredith to Plymouth such fun. The Presidential car named "Determination" ...
... It has 10 ski areas, loads of rivers, lakes and hundreds of spectacular hiking trails including the venerable Appalacian Trail.
At 6,288 feet, Mount Washington wouldn't be considered tall by western standards, but it does boast the "World's Worst Weather". Hurricane force winds ravage the top one out of every three days in the winter. Back in 1931 they recorded the fastest wind speed on earth- 231 mph, a record that still stands ...
... through Bartlett and then up and over Bear Notch Road this time NOT in the rain. We then attempted to do the half of the Kancamagus which we did not do the day before. The day was wearing thin and it was later than I had planned so we decided to maximize what we really wanted to do which was Sabbaday Falls. It was a Sunday at peak on the Kanc and it was FULL. I am shocked we even got a parking space with how crazy it was. But we were able ...