Rodeway Inn Lincoln
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... people in the diner each had huge meals and an enormous bowl of chips with the required bottle of pop. To say obesity in this neck of the woods is rampant is an understatement. Billy-Bob also had a bit of a weight problem and we could see where all his profits were going. He was also wearing his best tracks-dacks and as he had this huge belly they didn't go as high as they should. He would have made any Aussie tradie proud when he bent over.
Rosie's next find was ...
... to be a view called Old man of the Mountain. It was a rocky out crop which looked like an old man and the rock face had been pinned together for many years. In 2003, it crashed down overnight and many local were heartbroken. They even set up a condolence page on the internet. Many people do not know what to do now that it was gone! They have erected a shrine to the rock (which the guide called Cliff) and installed metal silhouettes on posts so ...
... Colossal granite boulders surrounded the river and its rushing waterfalls.
Later, I met Maura at the White Mountains Visitor Center. I scouted around for a safe place to lock up Surly for the night. We needed to drive ...
... the bridge spanning the wide Connecticut River and entered Lyme, New Hampshire. Mixed emotions swirled in my heart as I pedaled toward tonight's destination, Piermont, NH. I couldn't believe I was almost across the country. Surly and I only had to ride the Kanc over The White Mountains, then it would be all downhill ...
... in La Quinta (in season) and Rocklin, California (during the summer), near Sacramento. Judy serves on the PGA West Advisory Board of Governors with me.
Judy and her sisters join me and Ray for lunch at the Muddy Moose Restaurant in North Conway. To see this touristy restaurant and pub, and the food choices we had, click here.
From North Conway, we head south on NH-113, and as we turn west ...