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Published: October 12th 2012
Along NH road #16
I'm not certain if we were in Berlin or Gorham when I took this photo
We camped near Gorham, New Hampshire which is by the White Mountains. They were certainly not white while we were there but were blazing with color. Our plan was to go to the top of Mt Washington. We opted to take the guided tour rather than drive up ourselves, so that we could each spend time looking at the scenery rather than the road. The day we went was a beautiful day and visibility was 90 miles. The days before and after were rainy and foggy, so the tours couldn’t run or were limited to breaks in the weather. We had a half hour at the summit and that was plenty of time to look around, take pictures and get cold. The warmth of the van felt good after the wind and cold temps at the summit.
The Return of the Pumpkin People was a fun thing we just happened upon. It was primarily in Jackson. I liked the fun whimsy and variety of Pumpkin People. It runs for most of October.
We are next heading to Vermont. Will the colors of Vermont be able to match what we saw here in New Hampshire? There was something special about
New Hampshire and I could have easily spent more time exploring this area. Now I’m looking forward to Vermont cheddar cheese and maple syrup. Have I made you just a little bit hungry?
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