Monthly Archives: September 2012

Cog RR and Mount Washington Resort

According to the weather forecast we may see some partial sun on Tuesday if we’re lucky, but the rain will continue for another whole week. The Cog Railroad seemed like a fun thing to do, but not in the rain … Continue reading

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Sugar Hill, NH

Another Drizzly Damp Day.  Not wanting to stay inside all day we ventured out in the drizzle to find something to do.  Our first stop was at the local coffee shop in Bethlehem where we had some shoefly pie and … Continue reading

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Rain and Candy

All summer it’s been sunny and dry and now when we want the sun to light up the fall colors it’s nowhere to be found.  The forecast was for rain this afternoon so we left this morning for a drive … Continue reading

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White Mountains, NH

McDonald’s has been offering free coffee all week and we like free stuff so that was our first stop.  This is a big ski area in the winter and this McD’s played up to it by making some of their … Continue reading

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Bethlehem, NH

We do appreciate being able to stay overnight in Walmart parking lots, but we didn’t want to over-stay our welcome and we would like to have the hook-ups a real campground provides so we have moved to Apple Hill Campground … Continue reading

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Mt. Washington Auto Road

Mt. Washington is the Northeast’s highest peak, elevation around 6,288′.  There is one road leading up to the summit that you can drive yourself if you really want to.  It’s an eight mile narrow two lane road with no shoulder … Continue reading

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Goodbye Maine

Maine was great, we enjoyed it very much.  Hopefully we will return some day.  But for now its back to New Hampshire, seeking the most spectacular fall color views.  The leaves are just beginning to turn so we may have … Continue reading

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