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Travel Blogs from Jackson
So please find attached the link to the VLOG.
Its a little random in places as the week I have been literally so so busy, and only got time to film a couple of things.
Hope everyone back home is well, and I miss you all.
But Im having AN AMAZING time so far, so no homesickness yet.
... 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 ...
... out what kids we get put with. I got a tour of the whole camp which is huge, and spent the rest of the day chilling out and settling in. The next day, was a free day to again just chill out and settle in. Camp is still pretty quiet at the moment as they're still doing all their pre camp stuff. Myself, mark ( climbing counsellor ) and Hannah one of the Irish girls spent the day walking round camp, fighting turtles with ...
... flower gardens. And yes, they live off of the land. Blueberries, tomatoes, onions and potatoes are a few of their homegrown products. We certainly envy their resourcefulness.
Most unique moment of the day: Hayley seeing snow for the first time; Hayley throwing a snowball at Owen
Coolest moment of the day: Climbing Mt Washington
Quote of the day: This may be a dumb question, but can you touch snow with your bare hands? ...
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 ...