Village Of Loon Mountain
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVillage Of Loon Mountain Lincoln
Very well maintained for an older timeshare condo. No complaints, staff courteous and attentive.
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... speaking province. All the road signs are in French (no English) and looked nothing like the road signs we've become familiar with in France.
The further we drove the heavier the snow was getting and the outside temperature is now 28 degrees Fahrenheit, enough for the water on the highway to freeze and that was a bit worrying.
By the time we were on the outskirts of Quebec the snow is starting to get much heavier and visibility a few hundred metres.
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Slow down day. Drizzly day. Did some laundry while J & K went for a morning hike. J&D are hiked out! .......for now. We did take an easy walk to town, stopped at a thrift store and saw our first moose.... Tonight packing and planning tomorrow's ...
... under starry skies and spent the night at the budget motel, The Blue Spruce. Tomorrow, we planned to: pick up the CRV, take Surly back to the bike shop for an adjustment, then drive 130 miles retracing our mountain route to Lincoln, NH to resume the trek!
... church service to attend further down the road. Today's ride meandered through quintessential Vermont. Quaint villages were highlighted every five to ten miles on my scenic route through the rolling countryside. As I rode through Bethel, Royalton, Sharon, Strafford and the Thetfords I felt like I was entering a time ...
... feet at the top of the road. Mount Washington is known for having the most extreme weather on the planet (Siberia-like bone-chilling temperatures and 100 MPH winds) -- and the road itself can be quite daunting. So Ray and I decide to skip the 7.6-mile journey up the mountain.
Perhaps the next best thing is to experience Mount Washington in a car. To save you the trip to New Hampshire, click here to view an awesome video ...