Franconia Notch Motel
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... an old tree and small cascades nuzzled up to those supersize boulders, eating our grilled chicken sandwich on a bun with lettuce, tomato and spicy mustard, a macoun apple and stale figure eight pretzels. Sitting here beside the brook, we didn’t miss the brook’s metaphor as ...
... me back to almost normal. Whew.
The blessings of Vertigo
Symphony of leaves blowing in the wind -
Lying in bed gazing out the window, framing my view of the world -
In this resting position, focusing on something in the distance like the tree just outside my window, the world outside is no longer spinning.
In a second-by-second stream, my eyes in a ...
... best part was the stroll through the trees and their autumnal smell.
Back on to the highway and eastwards again on the renowned Kancamagus Highway, a magnificent 60 mins drive through multi-coloured trees, with views of mountain ranges and tops at many a twist in the road. It was easy to lose sight of the splendour as we crawled along the highway.
And finally into Conway, then North Conway, via a multitude of shopping outlets. We sampled ...
... and do the whole hike. I am so proud of mom and how many hikes I have been able to drag her on.
We also stopped by the Lily Pond. It was nice but there were so many cars and it was getting late. We still had not checked into our hotel which I knew was a drive and I also had failed to print directions and the GPS was not cooperating so I wanted to find it before dark. The Kanc had other plans for us. It was so backed up that we ...
... feet. I have this aversion for traversing, and the idea that if I fell I would swing the length of the rope to the next draw (piece of protection in the wall), so I just focused all my attention on getting across. Phew! Made it across with no slips and no falls.
When we got to the top of the climb, we hiked out to the road (people can drive up to the top of Cathedral Ledge) and then walked down to where our cars were parked. We then had to hike back up to the base ...