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This morning I woke early, and was eager to get on the road to avoid traffic. I managed to get dressed, eat, pack, and be on the road with a cup of coffee to go by 7:45am! A bit road weary from the day before, I was worried about either getting lost or getting stuck in traffic again. Luckily, none of that happened and I rolled into Wolfeboro, NH by …
... someone who delved into the world of yellow and asked how many names are there for the color yellow? Aunt Peaches came up with a 42 page catalog listing 1,200 names. Here’s a link to a fun web page about how many colors of yellow different cultures have and other little know facts: http://www.auntpeaches.com/2010/08/1200 -names
2. Maple leaves – do they go from green to yellow, orange ...
... like we are in the Swiss or German Alps as it is so different.
Our hotel has big bears and moose (not real ones) all around it and is geared up for winter skiing.
We did a forest walk and I saw a chipmunk. First one I have ever seen. Not sure if it was Alvan Simon or Theodore!
Bit of a strange day today. We travelled a lot and I kept falling asleep.
Found another well decorated shop ...
... and they've been converted to the digital versions.
There was only one item that we anticipated that could only arrive by mail and a response from us could not wait until we returned home. What was that? Our absentee ballot for the November election! Given the hotly contested Miami Beach mayoral race we really want to vote. We arranged for the ballot to be sent to my sister's home ...
... go! The Whites are half a billion years old and were higher than the Rockies, but have since been worn down. The highest, Mt. Washington (yea) is 6288 feet. We climbed it today, 8 miles up an average 13 per cent grade...in a van. I was not allowed to drive our truck with camper. Good thing. Amazing, all the way, and at the top, MY! This has long been a favorite ...
This motel is set on Mirror Lake, a smaller but just as beautiful and much quieter lake. You have a lovely view of the lake from your motel/cottage, and the rooms are clean, comfortable, nicely remodeled, and spacious. I would highly recommend this to anyone!
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