Brighton, Morgan, Norton, Averill, Canaan, Lemington, Bloomfield, Brunswick, Ferdinand, Maidstone, Guildhall

This weekend, we enjoyed two days of awesome cycling in the Northeast Kingdom.  On Saturday, we cycled a loop route through Brighton, Morgan, Warren’s Gore (extra credit!), Norton, Averill, Canaan, Lemington, Bloomfield, Brunswick and Ferdinand. Today, we cycled a Connecticut River loop. We started in North Stratford, NH and cycled downriver on the Vermont side through Bloomfield, Brunswick, Maidstone and Guildhall.  We returned upriver on the New Hampshire side.

With 10 new town’s completed, we have now cycled through 238 towns with 13 towns to go.  Also, with the addition of Warren’s Gore, we have cycled through 2 gores with 2 grant/gores remaining.

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Jeff at town line between Morgan & Warren’s Gore

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Andy at the Norton war memorial

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Jeff at the Averill/Canaan town line

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Andy at the Civil War memorial in Canaan

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Jeff at Lemington town hall

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Andy at the Bloomfield war memorial

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Jeff at the Brunswick/Ferdinand town line

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Andy at the Brighton Civil War memorial & Grand Trunk Railway Station in Island Pond 

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Jeff at Brunswick School House

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Andy at Maidstone town memorial

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Jeff at Essex County courthouse in Guildhall

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Burke, Sutton, Newark, Westmore, Brownington, Charleston, Brighton, East Haven

We had awesome weather Sunday for a nice loop ride from East Burke.  We cycled through 8 towns in 3 counties including a very scenic section next to Lake Willoughby. With 6 new towns, we now have 220 towns completed with 31 towns to go.

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Andy at Union Meetinghouse in Burke Hollow

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Jeff at Newark-Westmore town line

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Andy at Willoughby Lake Store in Westmore

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Andy at Brownington-Charleston town line

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Jeff at Plymouth Congregational Church in East Charleston

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Jeff at East Haven Chapel

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Jeff at Kingdom Trails parking area in East Burke

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