Travel Blogs from Lincoln
... all the way through autumn. Fortunately, the trees themselves aren’t damaged. This is one of the reasons that the spectacular fall foliage displays vary from year to year. We’ll shortly be seeing how this year unfolds!
3. Everyone in Bartlett knows ...
Today we left the easy coast and travelled inland. The further west we went the further on autumn is. The road we travelled was treed on both sides which makes this area so spectacular in autumn.
We stopped in the small town of Pinkham, New Hampshire for lunch and a member of the town Council welcomed us to the town and they even had a red carpet.
We climbed higher up Mt White to Conway for our night stopover. ...
... next stop and continue on to Mount Washington with its famous cog railway.
We were actually in good time so we had time for lunch on the banks of a lovely river before trip on the train. This little train was built sole by some dude , a very rich one , who was caught in the weather and decided a train was the way to get up the mountain ;the train' s purpose is solely recreational as there is perfectly good road to the summit. At 5 miles per hour ...
... and they've been converted to the digital versions.
There was only one item that we anticipated that could only arrive by mail and a response from us could not wait until we returned home. What was that? Our absentee ballot for the November election! Given the hotly contested Miami Beach mayoral race we really want to vote. We arranged for the ballot to be sent to my sister's home ...
So we left VT this morning from the Quechee Gorge State Park, a mildly interesting gouge in the earth. Beautiful of course, it's VT after all. And we breakfasted at a wonderful bakery/cafe called the Trap Door. Artisans with pastry, yum. We indulged after a refreshing run down to the gorge and back up, then to the dam and lake behind it . Now we are ensconced in ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility