Weirs Beach Motel and Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... and I helped shuck a bushel of freshly picked sweet corn for the group’s supper tonight. We felt totally competent in our HUSKER sweatshirts! It is a totally new connotation for GO HUSKERS! They put all the corn in a big picnic cooler, poured in boiling water and let it sit…turned out great!!!
After the game, Skip and I drove to see Queechee (Kwee Chee) Gorge. It would be lots prettier with RED leaves all around, but ...
... information boards. It was an interesting accidental find. This two hundred year old iron furnace is the only blast furnace still standing in the whole state of New Hampshire. It was lovely to see the effort to which local community members had gone to keep this slice of history alive and to preserve it ...
... of the National Parks and Monuments we've never experienced. The trip should be filled with many wonderful experiences, and we are hoping for good weather.
This first edition of our blog contains a tentative map of our route. It will most likely change as we proceed West.
Val and Richard
... towards New Hampshire. We had to take some secondary roads. We went through some small towns, something we like to do cause they are interesting. We went through an area where there were a lot of lakes and we would have just stopped there and sat on a beach if we could've found a decent campground. No such luck, so we keep going. We stopped at a farmstand and bought some homegrown corn.
... 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. ...