The Naswa Resort
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... visited them a few ago, we went out for dinner. A very nice couple, originally from Vermont. They have moved to NH just a few years ago AND they have 2 Golden Retrievers. You know me, I love almost every dog, but a Golden - a Golden is a Golden, nothing like a Golden. You won't be too surprised that I'm spending quite a few hours walking these pretty boys, but not only that - Linda is a very inspiring, smart woman, we felt ...
... would drive up to stay in Plymouth and do rock and ice climbing in Rumney. So, it was fun exploring areas that were a part of Ben's past. (The last place we visited, North Conway, was another rock/ice climbing area for Ben, too)
The following day, we hunted down the diner that Ben remembered having eaten at called the Main Street Station.
The front part of the diner was in that stereotypical diner car, but there is an ...
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During the months of September and October our cruiser friends were taking time off to visit family and friends back home. I was told that airplane tickets were cheapest during this time. We had planned a visit back to New England at one point, it seemed like a good time to make a trip back up north.
... 2,032 feet. Mt. Washington's summit stands at 6,288 feet. The ascent via Tuckerman Ravine trail is merely 4.2 miles but the elevation gain is 4,250 feet! On top of it, the trail is known for being rocky, rugged, muddy and slippery when wet. Over a hundred people have died hiking it. In fact, at the time I went, a few days prior, there was a report that a hiker ...