The Wolfeboro Inn
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... fed, we set out on the green line for north station with over an hour before our train left, but when we tried to transfer at Kenmore the only train that would have gotten us to North Station in time was out of service! We panicked (I more than Laura) and ran up to street level to catch a lift, though trying to find our specific driver in the chaos of Kenmore Square was a challenge. Got in the car with 15 minutes before the train left, and ...
... instead there was one main walking street and a town that looked like any other. It wasn't Rachael's first visit here and she admitted to me later on that she didn't click with Burlington and was trying to see it again without judgement but felt that the place was soulless (harsh but true) . Oh well, we still managed to find the local bar, the O.P., which had an offer on for a pitcher of PBR beer for $3, how could we say no?! We stayed in Burlington for ...
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.
... been told they made great bread.
Finding a park was fun at the railway and at some of the viewing spots. Many people either have no idea about parking or are just inconsiderate. Large F 150's and similar trucks and huge 4x4's parked across the line so they take up 2 spaces, cars parked at odd angles where there are no lines so that fewer cars can get in, others parking in front of cars which clearly will need to drive out because there are cars behind them.
... the throngs of leaf peepers would descend on the Kanc. I was energized by the scent of fresh pine and the glorious mountain vistas. My only care in the world was Surly's slipping gears. The chain popped off as soon as the grade steepened. I had to manually snap the chain into Granny Gear and leave it there for the ride up to the pass.