T-Bird Motor Inn
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... an eternity. We arrived around 7.30 and grabbed some dinner.
We left the restaurant around 8.30 pm and at this stage we had no hotel booked for the night, no phone coverage, no detailed map to get us out of the maze that is the Adirondacks, it was dark and rain was pelting. For some reason our hangovers kicked in again.
We managed to get out of the area, find a major road ...
... fall. We saw warning signs for deer, moose and bear! We did not see any though.
Traffic was very light up until this point. However, this changed when we were on I-91. It seemed we caught up with some vacationers. When we got to the MA Turnpike, it really changed and not for the better. We were bumper to bumper, but moving along. When ...
... another one. I had checked it out and there was a delicious sounding cherry tomato recipe, but I was sure I could remember how to make it.
From there we decided to head down to Burlington marketplace and have some lunch. The marketplace area is all cobblestone and there are only pedestrians making it super nice as we did not have to watch out for cars. We found a placed ...
11:30 pm home. So sad to be home. I really wanted to just keep going....(although my hair and skin really really really needed a shower)...heartbreaking to move out of the truck.....I napped and read (and ate popcorn) most of the ride home.... Rather dramatic homecoming.... Bombing through little roads in vt....huge, orange moon in the sky....windows open....heat on....music blasting.... Quick stop for a burger once we get to burlington. The ...
... of the president, we arrived at the George Washington Mountain Cog Railway a few minutes later than we wanted and missed the early morning steam train, having to go up the later diesel train. Regardless it was absolutely amazing! For those that aren't in the know Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern US, nearly twice as high as Ben Nevis, and there is a 150 year old railroad that ascends the mountain at an angle of upto 37 degrees. The views ...