Omni Bretton Arms Inn at Mount Washington Resort
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... Trading Post, a kind of theme park / stopping place. It was the most random place we have ever been. Highlights were: a Segway racetrack, a museum which seemed to be dedicated to old car batteries and gramophones (an obvious mix), live bear shows, and a working steam railway. We watched the bear show with mixed feelings. The warden came on and explained how the bears are all orphans that have been found injured and nursed back to health, how ...
We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
... So we do the stuff you do in the morning, pack up and we're hiking again, day 2! It's raining, lightly but constantly, and the rain gear just makes up sweat like a mofo ... I'm drenched 15m later, and we're going up and up. We come to our first crossing and we decide to go up Mt. Adams, which looks quite challenging but we have new legs and bad memory of yesterday so we go. Slippery boulders again, and foggy, and dangerous but not as heavy as day ...
... to be in the area:
Alpine Valley RV Park & Campground, 1111 Main St, Concord, VT 05824
We were actually looking for a place with a cabin and a place for tents but it was around 7 pm by the time we started looking so we were fortunate to find a place to put our tents. The owners found us camping spots close to the washrooms and we had time to quickly raise our tents before it got dark.
We rushed in for ...
... if there was an event going on or if they just loved the winding beautiful roads and scenery around New Hampshire. We started with a trip to the Flume Gorge. Everything about it was great except for the 30 dollars to get in. The Flume was created, in short, millions of years ago when magma rose up to form a huge intrusion of granite rock. The granite fractured like cracks in ice and the cracks were filled in by a less durable rock that eroded after ...