Echo Lake Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Ludlow
... At the summit we hung out with Earthling (Lont Trail hiker) and another Long Trail hiker - good conversation and the care taker was also pleasent. This is also where we ate our last bit of food, besides 1 dinner. This was about 10 miles from camp. So it sucked being out of snacks :(. While night hiking the last few miles to the road crossing......we were surprised by trail magic! Apples never tasted so great!! Set up camp right by the parking lot, and split our last dinner. ...
... following chemo, I developed a really angry rash. Because I have had life threatening reactions to medications in the past, two in particular which involved a rash, Mark & I had to go to the DHMC ER. They told us what would be an emergency and sent us home. An excellent dermatology consult on Monday confirmed a drug rash likely secondary to chemo. I’ll be going to Boston for allergy testing next Monday to make sure we can ...
We are relieved that my treatment is underway. It was a really good week. Mark & Noah drove me home from The Brigham hospital in Boston Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday morning I got a short haircut. My FB friends say that I look "hip" and younger. I'll take that! My doctors anticipate that I will lose my hair over the next few weeks because the Chemo targets the fastest growing cells in our body. Our hair is ...
... the massive Exit Glacier located just down the road from the lodge. Overnight at Seward Windsong Lodge. (B,L,D) Day 4: Begin the journey north to the historical town of Talkeetna, mountaineering gateway to the Alaska Range. Once in Talkeetna, choose from several activities, including a guest favorite - flightseeing. Take to the skies on an optional flightseeing tour of Mount McKinley (Denali) and its adjacent glacial canyons ...
When people ask what I do, my husband, Mark usually says, that Nancie’s a “professional traveler.” I smile, grateful for the amazing opportunities I have had over the past 8 years. This year, I had some business cards made up in Bangkok, to use for my volunteer work. For fun, I described myself as a “Professional Adventurer” and “OLPC Volunteer.”
In late April, 2014, I began a new adventure. Like many of ...