The Shamrock Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... given that we were very lucky to have the sun out and the trail, though a bit wet, was easily manageable. Despite the uphill workout and the maneuvering required to deal with the rocks, we were going to be just fine.
As we hiked up further to get to the Tuckerman Junction, the scenery became more vast and the rocks much larger. From the junction, ...
... store and ate breakfast. Then it was off to the post office......and I was able to get my winter clothes from the drop boxes, and send everything else home! So no more bounce box of gear for me!! Then to the library, where my blog got updated and photos uploaded. I then called Backcountry.com ............to send back this junky, 3 month old Big Agnes Copper Spur UL3 (I will do a review on it later) , not only did they take care of that, but they are sending ...
"Be careful, there's no fuel, no food, no cell service out there!" The day started well, we were up early to enjoy our complimentary breakfast before we hit the road inland towards the White Mountains. The day was a series of stops at some of the most beautiful and scenic places we have ever been. We stopped at a Ranger info stop and were given the ominous advice above. The roads were winding and the views were amazing - like a series of Lord of ...
This will go down as an under-estimated hike. My god, I thought the forest rock hopping uphill was tough, but I couldn't have imagined the boulder action awaiting at the top! Massive ridge lines, walking only on screwed-shaped rocks, twisting, turning, jumping and pulling myself up. First time I have cramps hiking for example ...
But let's rewind. Left home at 6.45 after Mauricio pulled a Mauricio ... We are at the border at 8, usual ...
We were so excited to visit Bristol again. Last year, we stayed with Joe & Mary, our sponsor contacts, who were some of the loveliest hosts we could have hoped for, we met Brad and Jim Tonner, two brothers who run TwinDesigns, a local gift shop, and who write/illustrate children's books, and we met 16 year old Josh, a boy who was born with an autoimmune disorder and had been homebound and ...