Vermont State House, Seabrook, NH (11.8)

I decided to backtrack a bit to go see the State House in Montpelier, Vermont (the capital).  Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the USA.  The State House is also very much original with huge doors and large steps up to the building.  Outside of the building are three canons and some statues.


After leaving Montpelier, I added a bit of charge and then started the trip to Seabrook, NH.  On the way, I stopped at the Hooksett, NH SuperCharger to add some range and get some lunch.  Inside the rest stop / shopping area there was a display regarding an old water wheel.


On the remainder of the route, I grabbed another picture of fall foliage.


There was a bit of sunlight remaining after I reserved a hotel room, so I decided to head to the beach since I was only a few miles away at this point.


It was very cold.  I could see my breath while outside at the beach.  I got settled in the hotel and then went out to the car to get my laundry about 7pm.  There was ice on the hood of my car.  I asked the hotel staff about the restaurant across the street and was given a positive review and a 10% off coupon.  The food was good.  I had a chicken and ravioli butter nut squash dish that was very tasty.  I fell asleep early and caught up on laundry in the morning.

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