Tall Timber Lodge
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New Hampshire was beautiful - small towns, lovely people and you can see why outdoor enthusiats of all types flock here - skiing in winter and hiking in summer, - moose and black bears, white-water rafting and backcountry camping. I think the state mantra ringing from every number plate, "Live free or die" sums up their fierce belief in constitutional rights.
Heading further north in New Hampshire, the foliage ...
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 ...
Nash Stream Forest has many uses....fishing , hunting, great snowmobiling, wilderness hiking, but we were there to ride of course. One road in and this part had never been ridded by either Tony or myself. All dirt raod that fluctuated between excellent to I would call it mildly bumpy, certainly nothing that slowed us down.
This was a key portion of our ride to get through here as ...
We spent a full month (August 28 through September 25) on Lake Umbagog, in the North Country of New Hampshire. Lake Umbagog is a magical place full of Loons, Owls, Woodpeckers, a Bear, Moose (although, we didn't see any...AGAIN), canoe trips, nice people, wild cranberry bogs, and hiking. Paul and I looked forward so much, to this time on the Lake and it did not dissappoint. We had fabulous weather pretty much the whole month. Our days were full of ...