Travel Blogs from North Conway
Jeff Writes Another Entry:
This trip to the east coast is bringing up a lot of memories for me. When I was at McGill and living in Montreal, I made many weekend hiking trips to the Adirondacks, often staying in Lake Placid the night before we hiked. Years later Mary and I made a trip to Lake Placid to ski in the first few months of our …
Im sat here in the staff computer lounge with theeeee slowest connection, struggling for words at the moment.
TODAY IS THE DAY!!!
After 2 LONG weeks of training and staff week, the kids are due to arrive in just a few hours.
We've had a long week of training and programming giving us the skills to amazing counsellors, and to help these kids have an ...
... 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 ...
... on this trip, given it is spring and moving into summer. In fact, today was the first day of summer.
We were also informed that the Tuckerman Ravine trail is highly dangerous (because of the snow), particularly if you are unfamiliar with the terrain. Weighing up the want to see snow versus the desire to live, we decided to take the Lion's Head trail. Hakuna mutata!
The distance itself was only 4.5mi/7.2km; it was the ...
... side. First, Hayley whipped up a delicious spaghetti bolognese for dinner, which we enjoyed on the back deck of the cottage. Lucky Owen! Second, Larry, the owner of the cottage, agreed to let Owen borrow his hiking boots. How fitting that Larry wears the same size shoe as Owen. And the luck keeps going. Yvonne, Larry's wife, wears the same size shoe as Hayley. Equipped with our apparel and map for tomorrow's hike, we called it a relatively early night, and retired ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed