Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Update from New Hampshire

We have been having so much fun at the Chalet in New Hampshire there has been little time for blog postings. We spent Labor Day Weekend doing  a little winter preparation work including securing the wood stove and chimney for winter. This involved a series of ladders and ropes, much like the Hillary Step, and of course trips to Lucy Hardware for supplies.  The spare bedroom is officially complete and ready for guests so let us know when you would like to book a reservation.

On Monday, Labor Day, we took a long hike on the Glen Ellis trail which started as an out and back but ended with an extension to the Davis Trail just below the summit of Mt. Washington and on to the Boott Spur Path which took us to Pinkham Notch (a little further north from where we started).   The extra mileage afforded a clear view to the summit, the home of our  friend Marty the Cat who lives at the Observatory on Mt. Washington.  Sheri convinced a nice couple from Massachusetts to give her a lift back to the car making the loop complete.  We all slept well that night, with big smiles our our faces.

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