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Trip Report Three days in the white mountains

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Sitting in our hotel after day one...

Who: my husband, me, our 4&5 yea old boys

When: June 18-20

Started our day hiking old bridle trail to the summit of west rattlesnake. The views of squam lake are gorgeous. But this isn't really a hike, it's more of a nature walk. I didn't expect it to be so easy. The boys had a blast playing at the top.

Next we parked at loon mt and walked a bit of the bike trail. Found a place we could access the river and spent some time throwing stones into the water. Went and checked out the old logging train sitting on display.

Next walk was to Georgiana falls. Easy trail, not very rewarding. Diana's baths is much more enjoyable IMO. Maybe going all the way to Harvard falls is better, but it was getting close to dinner time.

Dinner was at black mountain burgers in Lincoln. Good beer selection. Burgers were fine, nothing amazing, but they were cooked properly. Their homemade baked beans are delicious! The side salad was nice too....lots of fresh veggies. Two adult meals and two kids meals were $34. Both adults upgraded to beans from fries and we also had that salad. Everyone drank water.

We are now sitting at the comfort inn in Lincoln. Staff is friendly. Rooms are clean. Haven't slept yet so no report on the beds or noise level yet. Towels are thin.

More tomorrow...

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