Mt Madison Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Gorham
... the only main highway in the area, and you can hear the highway slightly over the babbling river (sites on the opposite side of campground may have been quieter). A full nights rest on the insta- bed (which has been trash talked by my father, an Eagle Scout) and roughing it isn't half bad. Although nearly 2 weeks of straight camping is beginning to speak for itself (back, hips, unwelcomed smells, etc!
The next morning we ate a splendid ...
... flower gardens. And yes, they live off of the land. Blueberries, tomatoes, onions and potatoes are a few of their homegrown products. We certainly envy their resourcefulness.
Most unique moment of the day: Hayley seeing snow for the first time; Hayley throwing a snowball at Owen
Coolest moment of the day: Climbing Mt Washington
Quote of the day: This may be a dumb question, but can you touch snow with your bare hands? ...
... tomorrow. Being the go-getting, all-or-nothing kind of kids we are, we came to the conclusion we should climb Mount Washington. No big deal, right? At 6,288 feet (1,917meters) Mount Washington is only the tallest mountain in the Northeast, and ranked as one of America's most dangerous hikes. Sweet! After doing some quick research and picking the brains of a few locals, we popped into International Mountain Equipment - a local hiking and climbing shop - to get a ...
We'll, we aren't in Maine anymore. Today was all about travel. Our plan was to drive a few hours to Skowhegan, Maine, but we were there by lunch time so we just kept going. This evening we are in Gorham, New Hampshire. We are only a few miles from Mt. Washington. No, we aren't going up the mountain. I wish there was time, but we need to be in Burlington, Vermont tomorrow. The first ...
... outlet store and got some cheap cycling gear. There are many outlet stores here selling just about everything and this must be an extremely popular place for shoppers as well as hikers and, skiers in the winter. No wonder there were so many people here for the long weekend. There is a lot of accommodation here ranging from quaint B and B's to enormous hotels so it must get very crowded in the summer. ...
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- Swimming pool