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  1. Coming all the way from Southern California to see the beautiful colors. About 1956, during the Summer I worked at the Sunset Hill House and did the printing for stationery for Incoming Guests and a weekly Program. The B & M brought passengers to Sugar Hill from New York and Boston with a Steam Engine! Great time in my life. Also helped out Caddying and running the Elevator!

  2. We’re starting to get close to that time again… I hope it’s as good a fall as I think it will be!

  3. Tomorrow we are going to start from Woodsville (from the only Motel we find with room… yes we haven’t booked anything in advance! :-S).

    I think we can do the Sugar Hill loop you suggested and than go to Sandwich for the fair. Some suggestion? Something to add? Maybe the Gondola of Loon Mtn. or an hit to Castle in the Clouds? Uhmmm to many things to do!

    Monday the 10th we are going to the Kanc in the morning, outlets at Conway and Mount Washington (by auto how much time it takes?).

    Do you think it’s better visit the Kancamagus the 11th? It will be less trafficated?

    Thank you again.

    p.s. today at Stowe we found better color, but we noticed trees without leafs… damn Irene!?

    • Monday the 10th we are going to the Kanc in the morning, outlets at Conway and Mount Washington (by auto how much time it takes?).

      Do you think it’s better visit the Kancamagus the 11th? It will be less trafficated?

      Well the plans sound good to me. and yes the Kanc will be less traveled on Monday since many folks will be heading home on Monday.
      The loon mtn sounds good and the ride up Mt Washington is good fun.. there are no railings so you look right down into the valley.
      Have fun

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