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... what he was yelling at us. We just paid $20 to be shouted at! Following that we went to Flume Gorge, which we would really recommend to anyone. The waterfall was amazing, the views stunning and the walks were actually not too bad in terms of gradient. We ended up walking around the whole trail which took nearly 2 hours. On the way back, we stopped at a local eatery which was picked at random! 'stop at the next restaurant, no matter what it is'. ...
We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
... oil change. I noticed the accents changing a bit since we traveled into New Hampshire. They sound a lot more Boston-ish… with caaah instead of car and such. Over all people seem to be very friendly and welcoming to us in these small towns out east.
The campfire menu late that evening included a pie iron of 3 slices of bread intertwined with red and green pepper and pepper jack cheese. I burnt the bread terribly. Anything over ...
... so it was cool seeing things from another vantage point.
A much-needed rest - which only lasted a couple hours - gave us somewhat of a second wind before another evening of exploring. Larry and Yvonne showed us around their property, introducing us to their mini donkeys Grace and Silas, and their dog Opal. Built (with their own hands) in 1976, the Jenkins residence has incredible mountain views, and their back yard is laden with ...
... 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 ...