Misty Harbor and Barefoot Beach Resort
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... Highway, Albany's covered bridge, and lunch at Catalanos (chicken stuffed with brie cheese and cranberries, roast beef, carrots, potatoes, etc.) were highlights. The cog ride was a bit scary. The weather station at the top has recorded record-breaking wind speeds of 231 miles per hour! I shall never complain about Cheyenne’s winds again! They advertise this mountaintop to be “the worst weather in the world.” Not ...
... the state, and the whole of New England, Mount Washington. New Hampshire's White Mountains still had plenty more surprises and delights in store as we passed on through.
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... Tour went from Conway, NH to Portland, ME. Since we were near Portland, we reversed the trip. As we drove the route, we didn't have any sense of why this route was listed as one of 5 something special. This tour was labeled the 'Fall Fun’ tour and, ok, we didn’t take the recommended steam paddle boat ride, the trolley ride in Old Portland and it isn’t quite fall color time, but if you aren't interested in those, ...
... 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 ...
... sits in the midst of the rolling, forested hills along the Deerfield River. But the real interest in this area is the Mohawk Trail. It began as a Native American trade route which connected Atlantic tribes with tribes in upstate New York and beyond. I'm excited about being back on the road and can't wait to explore and learn the history of the Mohawk Trail. So, bye for now and stay well. ...