Yes, I only went 5.4 miles today, although it took me four hours. The current is picking up, the water is shallower, and (could it be?) I just may have been tired and needing a short day. Just past my improvised campsite, I passed under the Twin Bridges.
PADDLER’S NOTE: The Magoon Ledges, today’s biggest challenge, were definitely easier that the Samsonville Dam ruins yesterday. Also, Davis Park has a porta-potty, great if you end up camping there.
Mom and Dad met me here for a resupply and visit, so today was relaxing and there is not much to report. Back to bed until the famous Grey Gables breakfast!
TOTAL MILES: 238.5
3 thoughts on “Day 16: Campsite just before Twin Bridges on Missisquoi River to Grey Gables Mansion in Richford, VT (5.4 miles)”
I don’t know which is better, the pizza or the B&B itself. Glad you are listening to your body, it has a long way to go. Parents, what would we do without them?
Tricia, thanks for the plug for parents! But we get a lot of fun out of it also.
And you, Tricia, are most encouraging with your thoughtful comments. Wish you could be here to experience all the sights and happenings! And, yes, my parents are the best.