The Golden Apple Inn

Address: 322 Route 302, Glen, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03838, United States | Inn
 
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Travel Blogs from Glen

Looking Forward

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 24, 2014

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... and share a genuine smile, warmth and lightheartedness with the individuals I meet or email during the day;

To hold ever before me my unpretentious cooperative nature and moment-by-moment awareness as the day unfolds;

To be open, aflame and alive;

To approach the night feeling that I was flexible and adaptable in my thinking and actions, open to possibilities and options.

This is how I desire to live my ...

Hanging out at Barts and Packing....

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 23, 2014

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... hung out, and to my surprise somehow I ended up with a soft fluffy pair of hiking socks made from Alpaca from Harvey! On a closer look at the label, I find that the words “un-dyed” and that explains the luscious unique deep chocolate/copper like color – and now I’m imagining this cute alpaca face smiling at me. The label also has the name “Spring Pond ...

In a Flood Watch - What do you do?

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Oct 22, 2014

45 photos

... looking through the lens. Harvey suggests taking panoramas and videos so that others who are not here can have some sense of being here. What a good idea. And so today – I am including Harvey’s panoramas and videos. Enjoy!

















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No, i can't think of a clever title

A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 01, 2014

Октяб 88;ь встре 95;аю в Lakes and Mountain District – и это уже совсе 84; друго 77; ...

Up the Mountain

A travel blog entry by lblack on Jun 03, 2013

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... s summit being in Sargent's Purchase.

The railway was built by Sylvester Marsh (1803-1884) of Campton, who came up with the idea while climbing the mountain in 1857. His plan was treated as insane. Local tradition says the state legislature voted permission based on a consensus that harm resulting from operating it was no issue — since the design was attempting the impossible — but benefits were guaranteed: The $5,000 of his own money ...