Six States Weekend

As a chronic road tripper I’m used to seeing the states go by pretty quickly. But I’m not sure I’ve ever hit six of them in a single weekend! It all started in Massachusetts. I have to count my home state, right? Friday morning I jumped in my car to head to…In Vermont

Well, I was just passing through on my way to White Mountains of New Hampshire, where my friend Kathy got the perfect shot of me getting the perfect shot:

Whites

That’s Artist’s Bluff, by the way. Nice hike. I spent the night in a camper for the first time in my life before going home the following afternoon. Sunday I took the train through Connecticut to New York City, and my first order of biz was to walk a little bridge in Washington Heights, named after some President.

GW Bridge

The George Washington Bridge passes from New York to New Jersey. That was my sixth state in three days: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey!

I finished the day in gorgeous Fort Tryon Park:

Fort Tryon

The road home took me back through Connecticut to Massachusetts. And that completed my six state weekend!

 

 

Author: barblee

Barb Lee is a native of Western Massachusetts who loves to write, travel and hike the world, and hang out with her beautiful Jersey Wooly bunny Muffin. Her whole life changed when she was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer in October of 2019. By January of 2020, she was bouncing back in a major way. Now, in addition to all her favorite activities, she wants to help others make the most of life following a devastating diagnosis, while she continues to beat the odds.

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