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... around with childish excitement, Tuukka included.
This included a visit to the little gift shop, look out terrace and a glance at the weather station.
The return trip down was a little anti-climactic as we were somewhat prepared for the road conditions, and welcomed the climate change from low 30's back to the warm 80s!
If you get the chance, get up there and visit the summit. It'll be an experience I won't forget and am pretty sure you won't either
... worth it when we got there; the falls are quite beautiful with rocky steps breaking up the water’s progress near the top, making it very interesting to stand and stare at! Adding to the spectacle, adjacent to the falls was a large sheet of ice/snow clinging to the rocks, which looked like it could come tumbling down at any minute. Wishing we could stay longer, we had to turn around and head back down as it was getting late and there was a genuine fear that we ...
... for a beanie with a peak for me. I asked at a North Face store for a beanie with a peak and the sales assistance looked at me with a blank look. I repeated myself and still blank. A customer waiting says to the sales person he wants a beanie. "Oh"she says, "you mean a beanie". The peak bit stumped her and the customer waiting explains what a peak is. "You mean a bill like a duck" she says. "No" I Said, "I Mean a peak, if it was a bill like a duck the beanie would have to ...
... the Appalachian Trail near Mount Moosilauke. On the uphill climbs, Surly's new chain slipped and skipped gears. Luckily, the chain didn't pop off, but something was wrong. Maybe I could find a bike shop in Lincoln. Maura and I met near North Woodstock to walk down to the Lost ...
... on a week long, inn-to-inn tour of New England. I said goodbye at the Union Village Bridge to shop at a yard sale set up near the entrance of the 1874 covered bridge. Later, I would find out that Maura also bought some "artwork" from the two young entrepreneurs.
The route soon left Vermont as Surly and I ...