Fireside Inn & Suites at Lake Winnipesaukee
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... though, bought me a new $30 pizza pan that will fit in our small convection microwave, a blueberry sour cream scone mix, and non-melting sugar to decorate brownies, etc. P.S. If you want to sell product, demonstrate making a gingerbread cake with ginger chips and offer samples with lemon curd. The bus was LOTS heavier headed back! King Arthur Flour is really fine stuff!
Our next stop was Calvin Coolidge State Historical site: ...
... off riverbed that I was almost sure was a bear. It was one of those fleeting yet enduring images that seem to stick in the mind after a long road trip.
Our first port of call was the charming little settlement of Franconia, where we stumbled upon the Besaw Iron Furnace and its attendant ...
... The Top 10 Things to Do in XX (substitute city or state for the XX), and out of the list, I pick the few top things Dave and I would like to see or do.
This time, though, we used two web articles as our agenda for the day. (New England One Week Fall Color Tours and Kancamagus Highway). The information in the articles seemed to have enough information for us to follow the route so we printed the articles and took off. The ...
... got to New Hampshire, we had to stop at one of their liquor outlets so that John could stock up. This was sort of a nightmare because we ran into a lot of construction. Afterwards, he said he’s not convinced they are all that much cheaper.
Then we got on the Kancamagus Trail. A couple we met in Rockport, ME recommended this road which crosses the White Mountains in New Hampshire. It was ...
... up the car, in the pouring rain, and hit the road. Our first stop was not very far, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, a leisurely drive west, over the Connecticut River into Vermont briefly, then south to Mass. The rain eventually cleared up and we reached our destination, Country Aire Campground in Charlemont, a small town surrounded by the eastern Berkshires and the Mohawk Trail State Forest. ...