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... can share with my students. There was a short video that I'd like to show in my Small Business Management class, followed by a birds-eye view of the factory floor where they were actively making ice cream. Then of course, everyone's favorite part -- the tasting! Contrary to popular belief, you don't just get to sample as many different flavors as you want. The scoop out portions of one flavor and everyone gets one. ...
My dad had already earned the sticker proclaiming "This car climbed Mt. Washington" on a previous trip, but he wanted to get back to the top to share the experience with Tuukka the puppy, and myself.
Tuukka had a feeling this was going to be an exciting trip and barked enthusiastically at the booth attendant at the base of the mountain road.
Once the pleasantries were exchanged we were off and up the mountain, traveling on a road that at times could ...
... 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, ...
... for Sioux but it came out to the tune Gigi. Sioux then asked the waiter for a bubbly water and he looked shocked and said we don't sell water with bubbles but he'd check anyway. Now I now know what Sugarfoot felt like when he'd ask for a Sarsaparilla. (Anyone under 55 best Google it). He came back straight away with bubbly water in hand explaining that it's new since last week. I was a bit worried I'd have to fight our way through the car park if any of the locals found out ...
... for the simple enjoyment of the location. We share our grilled chicken sandwich and I ask Harvey if he’s brought his ipad with him. The way the sun is coming through the deciduous trees and onto the boulders in the stream has created a happy laughter in the air. I want to photograph the leaves and colors! So we settle in.
We are a bit startled when a man with a grey beard and a border collie show up on the opposite ...
Other places to stay in Twin Mountain
580 Route 3 South (Daniel Webster Highway), Twin Mountain | Motelfrom $75
330 Route 302, Twin Mountain | Motelfrom $106
512 Route 3 south (Daniel Webster Highway), Twin Mountain | Motelfrom $70
73 Route 3 South, Twin Mountain | Motelfrom $65