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... away. Oy.
We decided to spend the night at Memere's house rather than drive all the way home to Londonderry. We slept in and got home today around 1pm. At this moment, I am unpacked, rested, and happy in my own bed. Success.
Thank you so much to my amazing grandparents for taking me on this epic journey across the US. I feel so much more connected to my own country and am so happy that I got to explore it with my family. Also, I give all the credit in ...
August 4, 2015
We finally left West Eaton around 1 p.m. Buddy had to change the oil in the truck, put new brakes on, load all of the mechanical stuff and the motorcycle, and check and recheck his lists. Although we had directions for travel on highways, we opted to take the more scenic routes through the villages and the parks of New ...
... a short time taking in a world that certainly will not be the same in just a few years. We came to rest at the end of that trip in a hut on what seemed like an endless beach with beautiful blue water in Ngapali and dined outside on freshly caught sea bass. In my memory will not just be the “what we saw" but the “when” as this wonderful land is vastly changing as it joins the modern world. To have this time and opportunity was a gift, and ...
Started the a.m. with a group walk down along the river with some resort folks and a guide and to get some info as to what we need to see around here. First outing, a hike. Waaaayyy up. Lots of work but worth the climb. Woods were dense and wonderful, pine smells and colors. Big climb up rocks to reach Mt. Baldy. What views...over looking the lake and the ski slopes. Coming down was more fun! Then off to Woodstock ...
... for short) many times in his younger days, and recommends it highly. The Kancamagus is often referred to as the best fall foliage trip in the US, and today it lives up to its billing. The colors are the most vivid we've seen so far on our trip. Busloads of tourists pull off at scenic overlooks, snapping photos of everything that isn't green.
After reaching Kancamagus Pass (elevation 2,855 feet), the Kancamagus ends in ...