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TravelPod Member ReviewsJoe Dodge Lodge Gorham
A convenient stay prior to hiking up Mt. Washington; great food; friendly staff; rooms comfortable.
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This was a trip about hiking and solely just that. Alone. By myself. Sounds daunting? Not at all. In fact, this became one of the most enjoyable trip moments of my 2013. As opposed to a beach trip that can easily be handled via a simple routine of relaxation, hiking trips even in the form of day hikes carry with them an element of risk. Of course, …
... babbled something in such a gruff New England drawl that neither of us knew what was being shouted and what was going on. It seemed to take forever for our carriage to roll by what was obviously some kind of show being put on for the passengers. It consisted of a bearded hobo jumping up and down, shouting at us (we still have no idea what he was doing nor why he was there). As if this wasn't enough, he jumped into a car that looked 100 years ...
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.
... was a huge toilet bowl made out of granite, where swirling water flowed through (see pic). The Basin area was filled with cascades and falls. All of the water was super clear and some areas had an aquamarine color to it, which made it look as clean as glacier water. The Basin was a low point for the river and made for some wonderful natural water- cut rock features. We were able to walk out on some smoothed rock that kids were using as a natural ...
... br> The last hour was tough (for Hayley)...rocks after rocks, incline after incline. Superman (Owen) said he was fine though.
We made the climb in four hours and ten minutes. Hayley was hungry, grumpy and tired and Owen desperately needed to poop (if only you smelt the ***** coming up...oh my goodness). In fact, we learned something about heights and scents: smells travel upward, far and very fast. Fortunately there were toilets and ...