Bridges Inn At Whitcomb House
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... of the Quechee Gorge complete with a descending hot-air balloon. On into Woodstock which turned out be a very pleasant, touristy village with the usual range of tourist shops and cafés. We ambled along looking primarily for the Information Office. We planned to do a walk today in the surrounding hills and the local info office could supply appropriate routes and directions. Mount Tom was our aim, a steady 16000 feet climb - yeah, ok, one too many 0s. Armed with ...
... we saw, what we believe was, an Amish family picking up a few supplies which they could not provide for themselves on their farm. They certainly do live a simple but very healthy lifestyle.
Today we continued on our journey and would stay overnight at Farmington Maine. There were several beautiful towns and rivers on the route and we probably should have stopped and taken a few ...
... our lunch, better than sitting in the car. Their restrooms were the first we have come across that have dual flush systems and there were even fresh flowers in the ladies restroom.
Continued on westward going between route 2 and 2A which sometimes were the same road. We made an unscheduled stop at a small town called Quabbin as Wes was quite tired. They put a lot of thought into naming their streets (see photo).
The cloud was getting lower and the light ...
... through the Rhododendrons but...when we came to the trail to the summit of Little Monadnock Mountain, of course we took it!! Even though today was suppose to be a recovery day from our big hike yesterday & a long day trip across Vermont & the sw corner of Massachusetts & hike on the Appalachian Trail! Oh Well....it was a great hike & a gorgeous view of the New Hampshire mountains!!
We are going to really enjoy exploring New Hampshire!
... in class at a competition in California. They also have a very large selection of cheeses from the area and serve several with the wine tasting.
The drive over and back was nice, but we have realized that in this part of the US, a 20 mile drive takes 45 minutes to an hour due to the terrain and the numerous small villages you have to go through, but that adds to the drive.
Tomorrow we head north for St. Johnsbury, VT. ...