Belknap Point Motel
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... you call it?”. Disappointingly, when looking it up, the dictionary definition only states ‘a long walk, especially in the country or wilderness’ with no further qualification regarding distance or requirements for rescue. So the jury’s still out on that, really.
After dinner, Nay and I had real trouble sleeping, possibly from all the exciting hike chat. We did have a very productive evening though with blog posts written, ...
The following day was pretty fun. We hiked up to a few places. We climbed at Darth Vader and Upper Darth Vader. At Upper Darth Rock, we did the climbs: Blustery Day, Pee-Wee's Playhouse, and Frosted Flakes. I LOVE THESE NAMES!!!
At Darth Vader Rock, I got my bootay handed to me. I attempted to get up Yoda and Obi-Won-Ryobi, however, I could not get up them, so it was all Ben and he rocked it twice up each climb. Once to place ...
... day, which was enough for us, and then began our route to Maine via the White Mountains in New Hampshire where we had a hostel booked. Although it is a nice luxury staying in stranger's spare rooms with AirBnB, we were actually looking forward to staying in a hostel and hopefully meeting some other travellers, if only briefly. New Hampshire had a good feel to it although we were only there briefly, we liked that the state licence places all read 'Live free or ...
... s parents and then drove another hour and a half to Chocorua. On Saturday Dave's parents hosted a cider party where we pressed about 70 bushels of apples yielding 60 gallons of cider to share with all the guests. Stan (David's Dad) uses only fresh picked apples, no drops, and mixes 1/2 dozen varieties to create spectacular ...
... mentioning the fact that I owe the rain gods big time for this one as I was without a doubt spoiled rotten on the mountain, as I pranced around with the sun shining on my face (in my mind, at least). In a nutshell, the entire experience was an unforeseen state of pure enlightenment. Just like the weather that day, my Mt. Washington hike was perfectly orchestrated by fate.