Old Red Inn & Cottages
Travel Blogs from North Conway
... cutaways! We stopped at a covered bridge, riverside and a a beautiful waterfall - Sabbaday Falls, which had the clearest water we had ever seen - on a hot day we both just wanted to plunge our heads into it! We had lunch sat on boulders on the side of the river, watching the water rush by. Today truly proved that the 'selfie stick' was the best present ever (thank you Sarah) - we got so many good photos because of it! We then made our way to ...
We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
This will go down as an under-estimated hike. My god, I thought the forest rock hopping uphill was tough, but I couldn't have imagined the boulder action awaiting at the top! Massive ridge lines, walking only on screwed-shaped rocks, twisting, turning, jumping and pulling myself up. First time I have cramps hiking for example ...
But let's rewind. Left home at 6.45 after Mauricio pulled a Mauricio ... We are at the border at 8, usual ...
"Journey of 15 thousand miles starts with a 5 hour drive and 3 day stay" Great visit with Dave and Clara, loons, kayaks, dockside supper, mink, tupelo trees, cruising up Moultonborough Neck and into Meredith, swimming at sunrise(?) well, early ...
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.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed