Tall Timber Lodge
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... being the very remote Garfield Falls. We have enjoyed both nights here cooking for ourselves and watching sunset with the call of Loons.
Her view of the past two days:
Hiding out in The North Woods
The very early start at 4 am was a bit of a shock - very cold with crackly frost all over the grass and plant foliage. Our companions were a real hoot - Southern accents gave away their origins. Three sisters ...
Leaving Boston, we headed for inland New England - New Hampshire and Vermont. We made it to Maine as well - twice. And both times accidentally!
Our destination was Errol, northern New Hampshire and not far from the Canadian border. As the trip to New England was for the fall foliage, we were a bit worried that we would miss out, given the long, hot summer America has had. We were pleasantly surprised to see the leaves changing colour and some ...
Needing gas I pulled into a Gulf station....ugh...$3.20 A GALLON FOR HIGH TEST.... guess it's so high because they are next to the border....it is what it is when the reserve light is on. We are now on VT 114 and tracing the VT/CN border for awhile before turning south on VT114. This is some spectacular riding in the Northeast Kindom (NEK) of VT. Eventually VT114 turns south through the Kingdom State Forest....another well protected and beautiful piece of NE ...
After some dirt roads and our all too brief stay in Canada we are headed back to the US. But not without first stopping for lunch at a small diner before the border. And if your in Quebec Poutin is always a must off the menu. French Fries and gravey...brown gravy that is wonderfully tasteful and thick..... Well it was time to head for the ...
... lead us to the east side of the Connecticut lakes. Well, surprise - about 15 miles into the forest we came upon a fork in the road and this wasn't a choice of taking the road less traveled....we would have been happy to do that....no, these forks were heavily gated and protected at the edges so as to make them reasonably unpassable....
So we were left with the only realistic option ...