We've started to see the buildings the rural northeast is known for such as beautiful village churches and covered bridges. The covered bridges are numbered by the state (#29 is shown below). I can only imagine what this area looks like in the fall!
We have set up camp in the Maple Haven Campground. It's a fun spot near Lincoln NH. They sell delicious home made ice cream! So after our dinner we indulged. Cheryl getting a cup of the White Chocolate Raspberry while I got a waffle cone of the Salted Caramel. Of course Zuri got the doggy dish.
As we inch ever so close to the end we have started to think about LAR (Life After Ride). The number 1 priority is to get the RV in a reliable state. Up until now we have been locked into the route timetable and it was impossible to schedule time with a mechanic. We always just "dropped in" hoping our puppy dog eyes and cross country story would gain us favor. Well, it obviously hasn't been successful and we just drive with our eyes glued to the check engine light. Since we are one day ahead of schedule, and I like the idea of finishing on the day we planned, we have scheduled an appointment with a mechanic in Conway NH to work on the RV tomorrow afternoon, into Wednesday, if necessary, so we can ride into Portland ME on Thursday.
We have two days of riding left with less that 100 miles to the finish line. OMG! It's the bottom of the ninth and here's to hoping the bike gods don't throw us another curve ball. We've seen it before so if they do, hopefully we hit it out of the park.