Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Venturing Out on Vacation, Part Seven: The Conway Scenic Railroad, Going Back the Way We Came


For the last leg of our journey, please click on the link for The Conway Scenic Railroad, Part Three at The Distracted Wanderer.  Thank you! 

14 comments:

  1. WOW the Mount Washington Hotel is HUGE!!!

    The drop at the Frankenstein Trestle looks quite scary.

    As always you got some F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. shots Linda - well done. :)

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  2. thanks for taking us along and giving us the grand tour. It was perfect early morning coffee tour!

    Hugs!

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  3. My honeymoon was in Conway and I never saw any of this stuff... except the rain. We had tons of that the entire week while we explored the Polar Caves... me in my sandals. So miserable was my honeymoon that I made him take me home 3 days early. I've always blamed Conway, but now I see it wasn't Conway's fault at all.

    The foliage was colorful, but your History lesson more so!

    I'd like to be your co-pilot/navigator anytime!

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  4. wow, i loved the ride.....

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  5. wow, Linda. I loved the photos of you hanging out the window getting the outside of the train--especially the one around the bend. What a picturesque day--bet you have this wonderful journey etched in your mind for years to come.

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  6. Wow...what an amazing trip. Thanks for letting us tag along, see and learn.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  7. Some beautiful countryside indeed, but that hotel is breathtakingly beautiful. I would love to snoop around that place.

    Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)

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  8. wow,great photos,it feel like I was along for the ride.thanks for having me.

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  9. You need to contact both the hotel management and the New Hampshire Tourist Bureau and the NH Historical society. Speak to someone in charge and offer to submit blog samples either printed out or with links for their review.

    You band of admirers may need to push and prod until you realize just what a great talent you have. Go use it.

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  10. wow very interesting and i'd hate to have to walk that hotel every time i wanted to go somewhere! too big! but lovely nonetheless...

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoxo

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  11. Wow. Even your biggest fan is impressed. Yowser.

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  12. Amazing photos! I am just loving the new look of your blog.

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  13. WOW!! The color!! AMAZING!!!

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  14. of course I have a thought about everyone of these pictures. I love the eye you have for all things awesome. It is a blast going on this vacation with you. That must have been the coolest train ride ever. Also I am enjoying your recipes you have posted lately. You make me proud, your still my very favorite apple Crisp maker. Happy Halloween Friend

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