Lancaster Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that theorized that the coverings kept out rain and snow, prolonging the bridges' lives, which sounded perfectly legitimate. A sign read that a farmer claimed bridges were covered for the same reasons women wore petticoats, "...to protect their underpinnings." Other theories range from keeping the bridge dry, preventing it from getting ice in the joints and cracking, strengthening the structure, keeping snow out, and giving the bridge a barn-like appearance. Interesting ideas. ...
Before leaving Bangor, managed to stop by Franciscan Friars' Bakehouse for sweet treat stashes (sadly, we are not Whoopie Pie enthusiasts, but the Friars had lots of wonderful other selections). Then found Stephen King's house...just as spooky as I'd heard it would be. Great gate out front with dragons and gargoyles and other scary creatures. Last item on the Bangor bucket list was the Paul Bunyan statue. Otherwise found Bangor to be on the "growing edge" ...
... for Manuel's zeal for learning English! A delicious lunch was served at the summit's The Common Man Inn. Squam Lake is where "On Golden Pond" was filmed. And then, the tram ride up Cannon Mountain to 4100' allowed a 360 degree view of majestic color in spite of clouds.....also a popular ski area. A quick, but expensive stop at Keepsake Quilting was Sharon's ...
... 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 ...
... in the back way to the hotel. But we found it! We were in room 263. The elevator situation is rough as there is ONE and its manually operated by one guy so we ended up just walking up the stairs a few times. Parking was also a bit crazy and down on one side of the hotel opposite where our room was so quite a hike in itself. We had dinner in the hotel restaurant which was amazing. Our waitress Jessica was great and very attentive. I had ...