Mt Madison Inn & Suites
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... further up the track and repeated the whole thing. He did this four times. The single line railway stopped at a dead end and we discovered he was a wolfman who needed Burma Shave. (Oh-kay?!) as the track was one way, the only way to get back to the station was in reverse. Dutifully the wolfman shouted at us another four times before we trundled back into the station. We still have no idea of who he was, why he was there, what was the point of ...
... Welcome to New Hampshire! We won't be here long though as we are just passing through. There are great little towns here and I love the houses and White Birch Trees!
After a short drive...Maine! We are stopping just across the border. I am hoping this will be a state we visit for a while and I want to really enjoy JUST ...
... to play in. We also crossed a massive tree bridge that fell across the falls. It did bounce a bit when a biker began jumping up and down on it saying "See! It’s stable". We ate a quick trail lunch of apples and nuts before heading back to our campsite.
We have already driven over 4 thousand miles and were in need of our first oil change on the road. We actually found the town of Littleton this time and drove in for some groceries and ...
... at the summit.
The good news is there were shuttles that took you back down the mountain. The bad is that Owen didn't want to pay for this service. This meant we needed to 'find a ride' (a.k.a. hitchhike). Sure enough, Owen found a similar-aged couple from Connecticut willing to drive us to our car. It was great getting to know Jason and Lisa during our 30-minute descent. The views on the way down were of a different side of ...
... we ducked into the pleasant town of North Conway, which is situated right on the southeastern corner of the White Mountains. Lunch at a local cafe - Frontside Grind - was SO tasty. The chicken salad wrap and 'Meal' - a banana, peanut butter, almond, protein-packed smoothie that might as well have been a meal - were delicious! It was at Frontside Grind that we decided to do something big, something bold...tomorrow. Hayley threw out the idea of doing some hiking ...