Circumnavigation of Lake Winnipesaukee

Spent a fun day away from the computer, starting with a trip to the
dump, er, transfer station, followed by a trip to the local hazardous
waste facility to dispose of a couple old computers, monitors and a
dead UPS (NOT aided by MapPoint, that had us take a route that ended in
a corn field and a turn that wasn’t there!). From there, we had a grand
circumnavigation (70 miles!) of Lake Winnepesaukee, the largest lake in
New Hampshire, and a place I fondly remember from several weekends at
my godparent’s cottage in the 60s and 70s. Lunch at the town docks in
Meredith, and a hike on the rail-trail in Wolfeboro, followed by ice
cream. Picture-perfect day, blue skies, blue lake, little traffic. The
joy of post-Labor Day summer.

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