Gorham Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Gorham
... to begin. The guide came and explained the safety procedures and some historical stuff and we moved off. The train went through some woods, we passed some old Victorian train carriages, through a covered bridge, pretty standard, picturesque stuff. All the while the guide gave us some tidbits of information about the train via the intercom (she was in the front carriage). All of a sudden, there was a load of shouting over the intercom as a ...
... Welcome to New Hampshire! We won't be here long though as we are just passing through. There are great little towns here and I love the houses and White Birch Trees!
After a short drive...Maine! We are stopping just across the border. I am hoping this will be a state we visit for a while and I want to really enjoy JUST ...
... a bunch of retired bikers and locals drinking and having a good ole time.
The day was well spent and the night was relaxing. We burnt some birch wood by the campfire that evening and went to bed.
Friday, Kelsey and I decided to hike a trail called the Pemi Trail that ran directly out of our campground (almost our campsite). It followed the Pemigewasset River a few miles to where it met up with a natural monument called The Basin. ...
... easy. Every step had to be calculated.
At one point, Owen stopped to restart his camera, while Hayley continued on. She saw him coming around the bend a little down below, the perfect distance to throw a snow ball at him. Yes, she found more snow. 'Real snow' she calls it. The snow you can hold. Owen taught her how to make a proper, compact snow ball. In the end, we passed through four snow fields. We got the best of both: snow and ...
Although a fair distance from the Atlantic Ocean and any sea-dwelling creatures, we had the potential for altogether different encounters with wildlife here in the White Mountains. Leaving the quaint isolation of our mountain cottage on Puggy Huddle was hard (it's just so beautiful), but we ventured out and did some exploring through the White Mountains. Whipping southeast through the mountains, we drove faster than the following weather could move. Although not built ...