Yankee Trail Motel
Travel Blogs from Holderness
... can buy at the last minute before hitting the trail. The night prior to my Mt. Washington hike, I met a few people from Canada and other parts of the East Coast. Most of the people were older; nonetheless, we all appeared to have the same agenda, that is, to do some type of hiking in one shape or form in the area known fondly as the Whites. During dinner, I was ...
... Ben and Jerry's ice cream in Vermont. A $4 factory tour with free samples made up dessert and despite the fact that Ben and Jerry's is normally considered one if the more expensive ice cream brands it was a very cost effective way to spend the afternoon. I also bought a T-shirt which was just a little bit exciting. Tonight we are staying in Lincoln which is on the edge of the White Mountain National ...
... It goes without saying that I "had" to drive up North and not only to ski. The temperatures in the White Mountains are very low, even for NH standards. It's very cold, really cold - about 5F, and don't forget to add strong winds. There have been moments even I was cold ;-).
Anyhow - a gorgeous weekend for winter lovers!
... br> Na dann, bis bald!
believe it or not - it's snowing! Not just a little, it's dumping! We've had heavy snowfall during the night, the forecast promised a snowstorm and it really hit the East Coast, just as the prognosis said. It doesn't look like spring here - not for the days (maybe weeks) to come.
You know me, it doesn't bother me at all. I love it! But the ...
We are so lucky to have friends that invite us to ski at Waterville Valley. It's a really nice family focused resort about a 5 hour drive from New Canaan. The kids get on well and know the resort so well now that they ski or snow board together and then meet up with their slower parents at lunch or the end of the day.