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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.
... 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. ...
... counsellors) were shipped of to Camp winoa to complete our lifeguard training. Today was pretty tough as we had to complete the pre-req fitness assessments, which we all passed with flying colours, although I nearly got lost on the 500m swim and swam further then I needed to. That's really all for now. We're about to watch se Netflix before Turning in. The next video should be up by the end of the week. Miss you all Namaste ...
Yesterday we decided that we would hike Mt Washington. Today was the day.
Mt Washington, located the White Mountains of New Hampshire, is the tallest mountain in the Northeast. It is one of America's top ten most dangerous mountains to hike. At the summit, the highest ever wind was recorded at 231mph.
So, we got the deets and gear we needed, and prepared for our hike.
We started at the Pinkham Notch Visitors Center on ...
... Mount Washington. It was all starting to sink in: tomorrow we would embark upon a long, technical climb of 'Ol Washy. On the way back to our mountain cottage, we visited the beautiful Glen Ellis Falls. Pouring more than 600 gallons of water over its edge in just one minute, the powerful falls were quite impressive. Our hike down to the base of the falls was a mini adventure, but well worth every step. Upon our arrival back at our mountain cottage, luck was definitely ...