Lake Winnipesaukee Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... met a lot of people (this place is popular!), We even ran into an a group of high schoolers whose after school activity is climbing EVERY DAY. How cool they get to be exposed to rock climbing at a younger age.
It was a great day of climbing, but man, that rock was super sharp and my first layer of skin on my hands were gone after a few climbs. My hands were so sore, I actually couldn't climb anymore and ended up just belaying Ben for two ...
During the months of September and October our cruiser friends were taking time off to visit family and friends back home. I was told that airplane tickets were cheapest during this time. We had planned a visit back to New England at one point, it seemed like a good time to make a trip back up north.
... to get some insight on the trail. I also learned that I was fortunate enough to be visiting that weekend because the fall colors were at peak and guess what? We were supposed to experience a minimally windy and sunny weather over the course of the next few days. For once, what sounded good to be true turned out to be really true!
On September 27, 2013, ...
Tuesday brought us more fog but we waited for the ferry from Portland to tie up before we left Yarmouth Harbor. We were in fog all the way across the Bay of Fundy. We were in touch with the Fundy Traffic Control as we crossed the shipping channel and had to slow down for a LNG tanker to cross our bow about four miles in front of us but we never saw it. As we entered Seal Cove, we were still in the fog but as we proceeded in we were able to see some land ...
... track. All the New England States are pretty in summer and would be fantastic in winter also but not for us sun lovers. Locals said it could be a white out for three months if they don't get rain. You can tell it must get cold for awhile as wood piles at houses are huge, enough for three years in ...