Yesterday we did the tourist stuff. We went to see the Grafton Cheese Store. It was nice, but very pricey. We bought some aged cheddar, some garlc cheddar, and some smoked chili cheese. Yummy!
Then we visited Harlow's Sugar House. As you can see below, it was quaint looking inside. Here we bought some more cheese and maple sugar candies.
This last picture is the Hidden Springs Sugar Farm. Besides buying some more sweets and stuff, we had lunch on the patio there. The dogs enjoyed the outing too.
Then we returned to the Elks, tired and hot. The weather has been humid, so one gets tired and sticky! We solved that by goinginside the Elks for a cool drink and good company. We met a nice guy named Mike who talked about placed he had visited in California.
Later we walked the dogs, and had dinner, got showers and relaxed until bed time.
This morning we packed up to travel the 82 miles to get us here to the Epsom Valley Campground in New Hampshire. Sadly, the coolant light was still on this morning, but no alarm today. I hope we can figure that out before we leave here on Tuesday. This campground is along the banks of the Suncook River, so I will try to add some pictures to my next post. Too tired to walk out there today. Will close now. As always, enjoy America and keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up! Bye for now. :o)