The Inn had lovely gardens out back.
I love how the park is in the woods and right by a lake. I took this picture while atop the Ferris Wheel. You can see the Log Flume, one of my favorite rides.
This roller coaster was FUN.
This is the HUGE splash that the Boston Tea Party ride creates. The water feels so good on a hot day.
This is what happens to the bad girls.
This was once the governor's mansion back in the 1800s. I like the widow's walk at the top.
This is the actual wedding dress of one of the governor's daughters. She had her wedding celebration there in the house.
Ascending a classic steep spiral staircase. Watch your step Peter!
The flowers and gardens were gorgeous.
I liked how the wooden planks in the living room of this house are painted this light color. It really brightens the room up nicely. It's totally impractical when you think of things like muddy shoes, but that's not a problem here since people can't actually go in the room.
This door reminds me of The Secret Garden.
Unbelievably steep! How in the heck did they walk up and down these things without falling?
Milky Ways are one of my favorite candy bars. This is what they looked like during WWII times. There was a cool 1940's shop set up with the products and prices just as they would have been back then.
I recognize that baby! I wish those prices were still the same today.
This is one of the oldest houses in New Hampshire, built in the 1600s. I can't believe it's still standing!
Sometimes I really wish I'd lived back then.
The seaport is right across the street.
It was a wonderful weekend in a beautiful place!