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Saturday, September 5, 2009

New Hampshire 2009

We left home this morning about 8 AM and headed out. We took Route 11 to Rouses Point, NY and crossed the bridge into Alburg, VT. We stopped at the welcome center to refresh our memory on the Route up through Smuggler's Notch to Stowe, VT. Then we took Rt. 100 to Waterbury and jumped on I-89 and got off at the Barre, VT exit and took Rt. 302 East to Wells River, VT and crossed into NH to Woodsville. Got off 302 and onto 112 (Kancamagus Highway) as far as Lincoln, NH. It took a while but we finally found a vacancy at the Rodeway Inn after checking 5 or 6 other places. If you go to the Lincoln, NH area Labor Day weekend call ahead for a reservation or you may not get a room.
We went to Truant's for supper (we love that place) for the 4th time in 2 years. It is a neat looking place with very good food.
Tomorrow we finish riding the best part of the Kancamagus Highway from here to Conway, NH which is about 8 miles from the border of Maine. Probably get a late start because they are calling for temperatures in the low to middle 40's.


  1. Nice pics. Looks like the leaves are starting to change up there too. Have agood ride this weekend.

  2. It is 40 degrees this morning. Brrrrrrrrrrr!!!!

  3. It is 35 here according to the bike thermometer.

  4. You two caught the bug...!!! Great to see you out riding again; posting where you are/have been; along with the great pictures...

    My family has 'cottages' in Brattleboro - some of the towns sound familiar and some don't... Have to look up 'Kancamagus Highway'...

    How are your gas prices in NY...? Regular (for the car) was $2.39 first day home; two days later dropped to $2.38 then down to $2.36)...

    Forty degrees - that is COLD...!! Current temp here in Texas is shade below 100 degrees - too hot...!! Earlier Mac washed the TriGlide - of course it rained while sitting outside... Need much more rain - told him to wash it everyday and leave it outside for awhile... Don't think he liked that idea too much...

    Have fun...

  5. Peggy,
    Yup, we sure got the bug but this will probably be the last ride of more than one day for this year. We have been riding almost every day since we got back from San Diego but they have been short rides of 50 to 100 miles after work.

    I don't really know the price of gas. I honestly don't pay any attention. I have to have it so I have to pay what ever it costs. I quit keeping track back in the 70's during the "energy crisis".

    The temp was actually 35 when we left and it didn't get real warm today either but most of our riding was in the mountains.

    Take care and ride safe,