White Mountain Motel & Cottages
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... from a day in the car. Buzz and Bart talked the gamut from atomic clocks and binoculars to tools and watches while Judy gave me a tour of their home and we caught up on family stuff. We drove into the city for a quick tour and a late BBQ lunch at The Pit....delicious. Back home we relaxed and talked late into the evening.
21 May, Thursday, Raleigh, NC to Fredericksburg, VA: It was difficult to leave Judy and Bart, but we ...
... up forward and back in the bedroom. We weren't able to put out either driver's side slide outs but suspect it was operator error. We'll review the owners manual with Lenny so he'll do a better job next time :-) Then it was off to Campers Inn with RIck driving solo and Kathleen following behind in her Honda CR-V. There we were welcomed by the service people who suggested the best alternative was to do their three ...
... rolls but they were the same ones that had been there the day before. No fresh rolls yet today. Bought the ham and tomato though.
Lyndon, Vermont promotes itself as the covered bridge capital of the Northeast Kingdom and they have a map showing the 5 bridges close by. Drove to all of them. Two are still used as vehicle bridges, one is in the grounds of a motel and is currently being repaired, one is used by snowmobiles and the last one ...
... to the game (which Army lost despite a great flea-flicker) on Saturday and then made our way into Boston to the waterfront with Nick's mom and Elise. We ate at Texas Roadhouse on the way back and then on Sunday drove back to school. It was a quick weekend but we all had a great ...
... car's ride to the top in 6 minutes 21.47 seconds. That's an average speed of nearly 72 MPH. And, click here to see the secret to driving your car up the mountain so quickly. View these videos and you'll understand why Ray and I think this road is best left to the hot-shot drivers. Another message subtly embedded in these videos: don't buy your grandson a Subaru for graduation.
We had planned to ride north on ...