Holiday Inn Burlington
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Upon leaving Maine, we were treated to some of the most amazing color! New Hampshire is just a beautiful state. It is very hilly and has a few mountains! (which we have missed) It rained very hard the entire drive. We stopped at Grafton Notch State Park and went to see Screw Auger Falls. They were torrential with the pouring rain. The view was worth the good soaking that we caught walking out to them. We stayed ...
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We woke late Saturday after a very full week. We were looking forward to an afternoon balloon ride to view the fabled Autumn leaves from above. Sadly, this was not to be. The heavy winds of the past week had halted all balloon flights - and ours was no exception. It was rescheduled for Monday, at 6am. Not looking forward ...
... Ocracoke Island. This little island where we spent the first night on The Outer Banks is battening down the hatches for Hurricane Joaquin. It has been mandatorily evacuated - to use TV speak. Many of the places we visited are being battered by heavy seas - we were lucky to get out of there before the really nasty weather set in. They are calling it "rainfall of the century". There have been four deaths to date from the severe flooding and wild storms. ...
... saw a Uno’s Pizza restaurant (our Chicago friends realize Uno’s was founded in Chicago). We haven’t had good pizza the whole trip. As we ate, we saw three ambulances, a fire truck and several police cars pull into the parking lot. There was an accident between someone pulling out of the parking lot and someone on the street. We hope all those involved make a quick and full ...
... Green Mountain State'.
The Greyhound dropped us off at Burlington where we picked up our new hire car, called Chuck, and checked into our homestay for the next few days.
We also crossed our first Wooden Covered Bridge, a very common and distinctive feature of Vermont's landscape. I wonder how many more we would cross during our road trip?
We also noticed ...