Eden Mountain Lodge
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... who went to Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, many, many years ago. The town is very small but the college has almost as many people as the town. The word about this college is they had 1115 students apply for admission and 1100 were accepted. Can only imagine why 15 weren't:)) It really is a beautiful campus on top of a hill. So most of the pictures are for my friend to see her campus that she hasn't been ...
... of the president, we arrived at the George Washington Mountain Cog Railway a few minutes later than we wanted and missed the early morning steam train, having to go up the later diesel train. Regardless it was absolutely amazing! For those that aren't in the know Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern US, nearly twice as high as Ben Nevis, and there is a 150 year old railroad that ascends the mountain at an angle of upto 37 degrees. The views ...
... ocean with all of the waves and rocking boats should have been a good clue too.
We got as close as we could without actually getting into the big line and parked on the opposite side of the road. Then we saw it...the ferry...there wasn't a chance in HELL that Klyed could fit on that thing!
I walked up to the gate and noticed the comical expression on the ladies face. Almost as if she was saying 'I wondered how long it would take you to figure ...
... catholic churches we've ever seen, Saint Mary Star of the Sea!!
After this we continued our day trip to Lake Willoughby, a beautiful lake created by the glaciers!! Where we joined the locals & went swimming!! It was a warm day - 78 degrees - perfect for a swim in a cool mountain lake! I found the most incredible rock in this lake, I'll treasure forever!!
... made a stark contrast to the green. We found out later that the white birch is the state tree for New Hampshire. The little town of Gorham was our next destination for a chance to see moose. It is said in Gorham "if you don't see a moose, you don't have your eyes open!" So we parked the RV at Timberland Campground and booked ourselves on an evening "going on a moose hunt" tour.
We were picked up by a ...