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Sep 22, 2018 - Bethel, ME to Woodstock , NH

September 22, 2018 Rained and very windy last night although this morning is sunny and windy. We lingered over our breakfast as we don’t have far to travel today, Woodstock, NH. As we left camp the check engine light went on. GROAN! Went to a small farmer’s market in Bethel and then had to plot how to deal with the Sprinter without disrupting our trip too much. There are just so few MB Sprinter repair services despite the many that are used by service companies, Fedex etc. When you find one, they have only 1-2 mechanics and are totally...

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Sep 20, 2016 - Woodstock New Hampshire

Our plan was to stay in the Woodstock / Lincoln area for 3 nights but there just isn’t much to do around here if you don’t hike or bike ride. Also if you have a ton of money there are places that will take it. We thought of doings the Cog Railroad but at $70.00 a person to ride up the mountain and back, we will pass it up. There are a couple of amusement parks with roller coasters but who needs them, just drive the roads. We were going to stop in Conway for a couple of days but decided that we would drive over there to see what was there....

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2016 New England

Sep 19, 2016 - Woodstock New Hampshire

We got out of the campground around 10 am because it is only 125 miles to our next stop. Problem is the route is all two lane road winding thru the Green Mountains. Normally it would be a 3 hour drive but because of the route, it took us about 5 hours. I was tired out after that drive so we got to our campground in Woodstock New Hampshire and call it a day.

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2016 New England

Oct 7, 2013 - Woodstock, NH

October 7 Raining today for our trip through color in NH. Headed north west to Conway, NH. (Rtes 112, 5,113, 117). Had a dickens of a time finding an information center in Conway and when we did, not much help! We are about a day late to hit peak color on the Kancamagus Hwy (Rte 112) which meanders through the White National Forest. With the rain and leaves falling we decided not to take the 100 mile circular route but just do Bear Notch and Kancamagus . The color was changing and leaves were falling with the scenery changing in a matter...

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Oct 5, 2013 - We're Good To Go!

On Saturday by 3:30 p.m. we were back on the road! I know it sounds like a strange time to leave an RV Park for the road, but we needed to get going if we were ever going to catch up with our friends in Bar Harbor, ME. We drove for about 3 hours before stopping for the night in Woodstock, NH. We found a KOA there that was easy in and easy out. Plus it was in a beautiful area!

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Sep 26, 2013 - Day 19

What a difference a day makes! The skies were clear blue this morning with no clouds in sight. So we decided to drive essentially the same route as yesterday. The foliage looks very different in the sunshine, but it's still as difficult to take good photos of the color here as it is in Colorado. We made a short hike to Sabbaday Falls from the Kancamagus highway. The walk itself through the woods was beautiful and the falls even more so. Back at the parking area were picnic tables where we ate our lunch beside the stream. Best table we've...

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New England 2013

Sep 25, 2013 - Days 17-18

You know how the weathermen in Colorado don't get it right a lot of the time? Same story here in what they call the "Northeast Kingdom." I'm not sure exactly what territory that covers, but we seem to be in it. There has been a "persistent" low pressure system over Maine/Nova Scotia that is delivering a steady system of clouds into this area. Every day, they promise that it will move tomorrow, but after five days that hasn't happened yet. However, the fall color is still absolutely gorgeous -- just not easy to capture on camera. We drove...

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New England 2013

Jun 25, 2010 - Woodstock, Marsh-Rockefeller NHP, Quechee Gorge SP

We have avoided hiking in these beautiful mountains because of bugs and overgrown trails. Today it was a little cooler so thought we would try a couple of hikes. Quechee State Park in Vermont has a trail along the rim of Quechee Gorge - a very narrow gorge with a dam/lake at one end and on the other end, the river widens and you can wade or swim - very cold, but wading felt great! We found another Cabot Creamery tasting room near the state park and enjoyed more of their delicious cheese. Vermont has several very cute, small towns that we...

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Aug 19, 2007 - Paying for Playing in New Hampshire

We have been at this blogging for almost 5 hours now-price we pay for letting it build up. Thank goodness, the wi-fi here at this KOA is really fast. We left Middlebury, Vt. knowing it would be somewhat challenging. Vermont has really kicked our butts however- we feel no shame in admitting that. The Middlebury Gap was the first day since we left California that we had to walk twice that day. 12% climbs will do that to you- and taking several weeks off from any serious riding. We passed The Breadloaf campus of Middlebury College. Must be...

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