Belknap Point Motel
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... home and site of his inauguration, memorabilia, etc. I loved looking at all the ball gowns of a roaring 20’s first lady, a true fashion plate! We bussed back through Queechee Gorge area, had our travel meeting, and were left to our own devices for supper. We shared a lovely meal at Tom and Brenda Walton’s motor home. They hail from Hawaii. Tonight we witnessed the total eclipse of the moon, which will not be repeated until ...
... information boards. It was an interesting accidental find. This two hundred year old iron furnace is the only blast furnace still standing in the whole state of New Hampshire. It was lovely to see the effort to which local community members had gone to keep this slice of history alive and to preserve it ...
... Tour went from Conway, NH to Portland, ME. Since we were near Portland, we reversed the trip. As we drove the route, we didn't have any sense of why this route was listed as one of 5 something special. This tour was labeled the 'Fall Fun’ tour and, ok, we didn’t take the recommended steam paddle boat ride, the trolley ride in Old Portland and it isn’t quite fall color time, but if you aren't interested in those, ...
... ride through a National Forest and the mountains. For most of the ride the road was newly paved, so that made it nice. The road runs along the Swift River. The river was very rocky and didn’t have a lot of water running through it, but people were all over the river, just sitting on the rocks or in the small ripples and rapids. It was very hot today, so they were cooling off in a unique way. ...
... sits in the midst of the rolling, forested hills along the Deerfield River. But the real interest in this area is the Mohawk Trail. It began as a Native American trade route which connected Atlantic tribes with tribes in upstate New York and beyond. I'm excited about being back on the road and can't wait to explore and learn the history of the Mohawk Trail. So, bye for now and stay well. ...