The Valley Inn
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... town. We’re well on our way to a selection of hikes that we can do on busy weekends. Today, we 've added another to our list.
Oliverian Brook Trail was music to our ears. We walked along side the brook that was peppered with big boulders, well more like humongous boulders, ...
... me back to almost normal. Whew.
The blessings of Vertigo
Symphony of leaves blowing in the wind -
Lying in bed gazing out the window, framing my view of the world -
In this resting position, focusing on something in the distance like the tree just outside my window, the world outside is no longer spinning.
In a second-by-second stream, my eyes in a ...
... best part was the stroll through the trees and their autumnal smell.
Back on to the highway and eastwards again on the renowned Kancamagus Highway, a magnificent 60 mins drive through multi-coloured trees, with views of mountain ranges and tops at many a twist in the road. It was easy to lose sight of the splendour as we crawled along the highway.
And finally into Conway, then North Conway, via a multitude of shopping outlets. We sampled ...
... a putt putt aficionado. In addition to her very own putt putt, she owns this cool tiny GoPro Hero3 video cam that captures the experience. And this morning, she came over so that Harvey could show her how to upload from the video camera to her laptop. And so now I ...
... suggested by the staff here. Nice to see the area in the daylight. Decided to drive up and see the highest point in New England, Mt Washington. It is 6 thousand feet high and has a road to drive up to the top. 8 miles up took about 30 minutes, part was gravel and all the way was steep. No shoulders and just enough room to fit two cars if they stay on the correct side. The no shoulders and drop offs made people afraid and they tended to take part of the middle out of the ...