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... of camping. Funny! The site was private so no one but the Moose would see you. We decided to move because we were really alone out there and there is ************e camping this time of year during the midweek. Campground closes in two weeks. We moved to site 6 on May Pond which was closer to the main road right on the water with beautiful views but not near a pit toilet or water to drink. The only reason I am explaining these ...
... playground, restrooms, showers, and swimming.
This is a beautiful part of New Hampshire and it is in driving distance of Franklin Pierce University and some other small colleges that are located in this region. Cathedral of the Pines is also a short road trip away. This was a one nighter for us but if we were in the area we would stop again to camp here.
... of the National Parks and Monuments we've never experienced. The trip should be filled with many wonderful experiences, and we are hoping for good weather.
This first edition of our blog contains a tentative map of our route. It will most likely change as we proceed West.
Val and Richard
... the rain! Saturday night in Nashville is the place to be and there were hundreds of holiday makers in town soaking up the many, many bars all playing music of some description. There was a great atmosphere of happy people having a bunch of fun and cowboy boots and hats everywhere you look. Printer’s Lane was my pick for music but the masses obviously preferred on Broadway.
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... family photo, and off we drove. We stopped at the antique malls that beckoned along the way and arrived at the home of good friends Joel and Noreen Rosenblatt in the late afternoon. They moved from Londonderry to be nearer their daughter and son-in-law and seem well settled in their new community. Noreen made a delicious dinner, we took a tour of their community and just enjoyed being with these old friends.
22 May, ...