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We keep to smaller roads through Vermont and this leads us though the Mad River Glen Mountain area. It’s getting a little foggy as we follow the narrow, winding road to the top. It’s a mysterious ride until we get to the top and find about half a dozen cars already parked. Among the people there is a group of skate boarders who are getting ready to board down the 12% grade of the road in ...
... and it was breezy at 65 mph winds, just short of hurricane force! Out of the cloud we heard a train horn and the surreal sight of a cog wheeled train came into sight. Its the second steepest incline for a train of this type in the world.
Anyway, we had our time on the summit, felt very sorry for the scientists who live there 24 hours a day every day and descended back to the real world and made our way to our ...
As we continued westward through the 30 mile stretch of Hwy 2 that crosses the upper part of New Hampshire in between Maine and Vermont, it continued to snow light flurries off and on - but in between these dark cloud flurries, the sun came out and shown beautifully on the surrounding landscape.
Headed off towards the mountains, stopping at the Jackson covered bridge which spans Ellis River, built in 1876 by a carpenter and his son - 37 metres long and is still used today.
Headed for ...
... up to rainy, gloomy skies. This is getting a bit weary.
So we decide to rearrange today's route, for two reasons: who wants to spend six hours riding on rain-slickened roads? And, who wants to ride 250 miles without a working speedometer/odometer?
Today's ride will now focus on what is often described as the best leaf-peeping road in New England, and we'll deal with the speed thing tomorrow.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed