Lodge at Jackson Village
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... one car at a time. This made for some nerve testing moments, especially since this is the only road up/down the mountain!
Imagine two cars passing with a fraction of an inch between their side mirrors and a steep drop down with no barrier at the edge of the road! But don't let that scare you!
If you get the chance to take the road to the top by all means do it! The views are breath-taking and will afford everyone a zen-like experience.
Once at the top, ...
... you call it?”. Disappointingly, when looking it up, the dictionary definition only states ‘a long walk, especially in the country or wilderness’ with no further qualification regarding distance or requirements for rescue. So the jury’s still out on that, really.
After dinner, Nay and I had real trouble sleeping, possibly from all the exciting hike chat. We did have a very productive evening though with blog posts written, ...
... hotel desk person suggested Salty Seadog Brewing Co. It's obviously a local haunt and when we walked in everyone sitting at the bar stopped talking and looked at us. I couldn't hear Deliverance playing so I thought we were safe. After a 5 minute wait for our table our waiter blew us away with his service and attention. I had a Sea Dog beer and Sue had a cocktail called Ruby Red. It took me back to the 1950's when The Kingston Trio had a song called Ruby Red. I tried to ...
... whole thing and did what I would have probably done. She said the heck with it and just got on the bus back to the Inn.
Now as this is my last post I will leave you with some quotes from Kelly that I thought summed it all up. I hope we meet on the slopes again.
Waitress: "Would you like cake with buttercream frosting?"
Kelly: "I'll try anything once."
Me: "Kelly, want is your secret to living to 90?"
Kelly: "Just have to keep ...
... complicated operating the chair lifts in that area. Today, however, was a new day.
We did one fast cruiser that runs underneath the main chair which was prime time corduroy that hadn't been touched yet, then made our way to the Aurora and Jordan peaks (the ones closed on Monday).
From the top of the Jordan peak we could see Mount Washington. It was quite beautiful despite the ...