Rodeway Inn Moultonborough
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... an old tree and small cascades nuzzled up to those supersize boulders, eating our grilled chicken sandwich on a bun with lettuce, tomato and spicy mustard, a macoun apple and stale figure eight pretzels. Sitting here beside the brook, we didn’t miss the brook’s metaphor as ...
... absorb the interaction
of the leaves with the wind gusts that come and go -
leaves no longer holding on to their tree's trunk -
letting go, floating, gliding within the window frame and
then out of my vision.
Harvey helps me to do another one of the “maneuvers” and I am so much
better! Those little crystals in my ear must be almost back in place!
Harvey has helped and set me on a lounge chair on our ...
"It's the end of the world as we know it" REM
"National Express" The Divine Comedy (check the lyrics)
Lyndonville would not be on my list of 10 best places to visit. The town's diner was good, however, even if "Weightwatchers" could grossly increase its membership with minimum effort. No, it was not the best place in the world, but the post office was handy.
A diner breakfast, half or less of everybody else's portions, and then down ...
... some of the stills I took of her videos!
Here's a link to a New York Times article about Putt Putts. Who knew?
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/08/trave l/escapes/08RAILCARS.html?pagewanted=al l&_r=0
... I drove and Gary was pretty nervous most of the way! Glad I was the driver and didn't get ill or as nervous as he was. Low gear going up and down both. The top temp was 30 degrees and 20 mph winds constant. Parked at the first parking lot and it turns out there were several further up and closer to the look out. Walked up hill and up stairs with the cold and wind. Highest wind was recorded here at 232 mph which is the highest recoded in North America. Lots of people come ...