Travel Blogs from North Conway
... And that’s how we found Lorraine who cut Harvey’s hair today. Linda at Bart’s Deli highly recommended Lorraine so we gave her a call and made an appointment. We walked into a side entrance to her home and a very powerful frenetic boxer greeted us as he jumped in the air. All he wanted was a little attention. He’s just as social as everyone we’ve met here in town. Lorraine loved Harvey’s ...
Today we left the easy coast and travelled inland. The further west we went the further on autumn is. The road we travelled was treed on both sides which makes this area so spectacular in autumn.
We stopped in the small town of Pinkham, New Hampshire for lunch and a member of the town Council welcomed us to the town and they even had a red carpet.
We climbed higher up Mt White to Conway for our night stopover. ...
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There was only one item that we anticipated that could only arrive by mail and a response from us could not wait until we returned home. What was that? Our absentee ballot for the November election! Given the hotly contested Miami Beach mayoral race we really want to vote. We arranged for the ballot to be sent to my sister's home ...
... and winds of 230mph have been recorded. There's at least one hundred miler every month. Gets cold too, -42 the record. We passed through three different vegetation zones, ending up in lots of rock. Off to the side we could see the upper part of the bowl of Tuckerman Ravine, a famous, if not infamous, challenge for the backcountry skier. We'll hike in there ...
The loon was VERY unhappy that the bald eagle was hanging out in our pine tree. Luckily, the loon chicks are old enough now that they don't have to worry about the eagle. This eagle hung out for a long time, and wasn't bothered by us or the dogs. It's ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting