Travel Blogs from Glen
We are so lucky to have friends that invite us to ski at Waterville Valley. It's a really nice family focused resort about a 5 hour drive from New Canaan. The kids get on well and know the resort so well now that they ski or snow board together and then meet up with their slower parents at lunch or the end of the day.
... eventuate where we are although there has been a thick layer of ice over everything outside. It looks very pretty on the trees but the roads are a bit hazardous - picture Samih 'stuck' on hands and knees in the middle of our road!!! We saw a couple of deer the other day and there were moose tracks near the driveway when we arrived. The house is in a gorgeously scenic setting, surrounded by trees and next to a pond (too dodgy to walk on at the ...
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... was sensational! We could have been there for hours. as it was, we were there for nearly 1.5 hours...talking to the guy making the food and his customers who were all locals. Drew was an absolute character and kept us entertained. Gabe and him talked about music and their love of guitars. He guessed we weren't locals from our accents...I don't think that was the only thjng! When he found out where we were from he introduced us to John who ...
... summit of the highway where the trees were bare or past peak colors. Wanting to see more of the White Mountains we pushed on over the summit and out of the Kancamagus Highway Valley and set up camp at the base of Mt. Lafayette. We had been told by Leslie, the owner of Bettie the Blue Bus, that her favorite hike in the White Mountains started from this campground. During dinner that night we came to the bittersweet realization that this was our ...
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