Heading to Vermont
We rather slowly got going from Lake Placid, the early morning sun felt lovely and warm, and as we were driving through yet more trees, the few leaves that remained were a mass of shimmering colours.
Juliet has been looking out for the Halloween decorations, and usually when we see some - they are on the wrong side of the road. Today there were some that were on the right side.
Just for a small surprise, I had planned a ferry crossing over Lake Champlain. It was nice to be back on a ship again - alas not the QM2.
Stowe is a small town nested in the Mount Mansfield State Forest, we had a walk around the town, prior to having a very pleasant lunch.
The local graveyard, had an amazing collection of old gravestones - life back in the 1820s must have been extremely harsh judging by the ages on the stones.
There was 1 very old US military headstone - the badge indicated the fallen soldier had fought in the war of independence. Very nice that still to this day - someone is flying a flag for the combatant.
On to NH
NH has much speedier Interstates, 75 mph - as we travelled towards White Mountain National Forest; We clouds started brewing on top of the mountains, and the temperature changed from 25C to 16C very quickly.
Soon we arrived in Lincon, NH. We found a place to stay - a nice cabin - which reminded us of the last cabin we were in just prior to Yellowstone.
There are some more photos including these in the gallery.