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Travel Blogs from Holderness
... known for finicky and unpredictable weather. The elements can be at their worse especially when you're atop some peak or summit. People who are hardcore hikers are said to frequent this area for the purpose of peak bagging various peaks named after U.S. presidents. For the much more adventurous souls, trekking in this area often means doing the Presidential Traverse. ...
Today began with a ferry ride from Plattsburgh across to Grand Isle. They use ice breakers to clear a little path across the river all year round to allow the ferry to get through. It's more like a barge really and reminded me a lot of the barge we used to catch across to Fraser Island. Main difference was I was driving a mini van and instead of sandy beaches there was a whole lot of ice. But the mini ...
... are getting pretty annoyed, it has been a very long winter already. The White Mountains got almost 3 feet of fresh snow and like I said before, it's not over yet! Freezing temperatures guarantee perfect powder conditions for the weekend. I will head up to my favorite mountain - Cannon!
Today's pictures have been taken a few days ago, I was even able to discover some "new" spots.
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.
... snowbirds during the night and we're leaving our roost tomorrow morning. We're haven't quite figured out our driving route back to Miami Beach. But we'll make some unexpected right and left turns and see what we find!
Thank you for coming along on our dream to live the fall foliage experience.
With warm wishes and cyber hugs,