Lazy E Motor Inn
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... Northeast. The Shakers were TOTALLY focused on God and gave up spouses, children, and all possessions to live communally as brothers and sisters! They came to America in 1774, and had successful communities through the early 1920’s. In 2010 there were only 3 members left. They were craftsman of the ultimate degree. A Shaker wooden chair can fetch $1,000 at auction! The gift store had lovely AMERICAN made souvenirs: handmade birds ...
... interest of future generations.
The sun beat down and it was surprisingly warm for the time of year, still very summery. I got an enormous and delicious ice cream from the Franconia General Store before we set off once more and made our way into the White Mountains.
Westward Ho! This is the first edition of our RV van trek blog. Richard and I (and friend Nancy Adams) are planning to start our trip out West on September 24th from Hopkinton, NH and end in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 29th (to attend our niece Leslie's wedding).
We've chosen a Northern route so that we can ...
... cool off a bit. The RV had a hard time staying cool today.
We stopped at a KOA campground in Woodstock, NH for the night. Its a nice park. We ate BLTs and corn on the cob and then took a walk. This is a huge park with tons of things to do. They have an old fire engine here and the owner of the park takes kids (and adults) for rides on it. He turns the lights and siren on and the kids love it.
... sits in the midst of the rolling, forested hills along the Deerfield River. But the real interest in this area is the Mohawk Trail. It began as a Native American trade route which connected Atlantic tribes with tribes in upstate New York and beyond. I'm excited about being back on the road and can't wait to explore and learn the history of the Mohawk Trail. So, bye for now and stay well. ...