Pilgrim Inn and Cottages
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... that is quantified, but perhaps in terms of loss of life, as they have a long list of people who died up there! Happy note of the day: AMANDA called us!
Sept 23 It is the first day of autumn and a free day. . Most people shopped in the outlets or did side trips; I cleaned up the coach, did two days’ worth of dishes (sometimes I am lazy). Our host couples prepared a wonderful dinner of ham, cheesy potatoes, green beans ...
... trees to our campsite for the night, at Crawford Notch Campground. This campground turned out to be a delightful place to pitch our tent and relax for a time before it got dark. We had a roomy, shaded pitch in the clearing between tall trees, far from other campers and only a few yards from the stony banks ...
even I did that so far and I am spending at least 3 months per year in that
part of the world. But I am pretty sure, we made the most of our time.
But now back to the beginning: getting here was pretty
exhausting und not exactly cheap. Too bad we had 4 hours stop over in London,
Heathrow is not the place to save money, I tell you that much! Once we finally
arrived in Boston, we found ourselves in an endless immigration ...
... along the road and went down to the river to let Beckett take a dip. She was a little confused by the rocks and the water and wasn’t sure what to do. She kept turning around and looking at me as if to say, help me Mom. The rocks were slippery, so she had a hard time, as did John and I. Most of the people were just sitting and sliding down the river. It felt good to get out of the RV though ...
... my sun glasses and had a hissy fit! Freddie and I then walked barefoot along the road trying to hitch a lift. Unfortunately the universal thumb sign for hitch hiking had a different meeting in Vermont and everyone drove past waving at us, Freddie was not amused. Luckily Paul was jogging by and saved the day. Freddie then found my sunglasses and order was restored. We continued with our day on the lake and had a brilliant time. We loved Vermont. Next stop New ...