Town Square Condominiums At Waterville Valley Resort
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... 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 ...
... range of the journey. Morning skies were sunlit baby blue on this splendid fall day as Surly and I headed uphill. Maura planned to meet me at the Pemigewasset Overlook, steps away from the Kancamagus Pass summit. Route 112 was a perfectly shouldered and smooth winding path through the quiet White Mountain National Forest. It would be several more ...
... Middlebury, VT to get the CRV from Mike's Auto. A park ranger and a guy working at the ski & bike shop warned me not to leave the bike overnight in Lincoln. To my surprise, we were able to stuff Surly into the little Ford Focus.
On our return drive to Vermont, we stopped ...
... be a short biking day to Lincoln, NH, then we would drive the Ford back to Middlebury to get the CRV from Mike's as soon as she was repaired. Scott had texted that Adam lived near Bethel, VT, a town that I rode through earlier today. We hoped to contact him for a possible visit on our return trip to The Green Mountain ...
... Swift river) so we made some lunch and sat outside to enjoy the nice weather. Nash has been able to enjoy everything with us as well today, which is great because he was cooped up all day yesterday. After we ate, we planned on taking the .3 mile trail to the Falls, but it was closed due to damage caused by the hurricane/tropical storms lately. We had really hoped to see more/grander falls, so it was a bummer it was closed.