Here are more pictures from my Ice Fishing Trip, along with some of my eats!
Heading onto the ice
Yes, that would be a crack
Our little set up, accompanied by a heated tent, bob house, and fire pit
My saving grace
Making orange peel potpourri on the wood burning stove in the bob house.
OK, now onto the food!
Our cooking station on the ice.
Scrambled egg, vegetables, and sausage breakfast burritos
Chocolate protein oatmeal with cocoa covered almonds (mine,obvi)
Piping hot Pasta Fagioli
With some Vodka Citron and Sprite Zero
The pasta felt SO good to eat in the frigid air. Just holding the warm plate was heavenly.
Our body uses a lot of energy to stay warm, making our appetite’s much more ravenous than normal. Thank goodness we had a whole pot to go around, we all had 2 servings each!
Giuseppe’s: Located in the Marketplace of our Inn.
“The Ernest Vegan”
I swapped the eggplant for grilled chicken, and a kale salad in place of the pasta.
“Camp”: Located at the “Chase House”, one of the sister hotels next door to our Inn.
Cutest menu ever!
The décor was set up to resemble an intimate cabin with a fireplace, small bar and wooden furniture.
I ordered the Pan Seared Salmon atop a spinach salad with brown sugared pecans and a side of butternut squash.
All of this glorious candy was located right in Marketplace of our Inn.
Buckets of love <3
Good weekend on the food front.
Along with plenty of walking, sliding and shivering, I was able to fit some fitness into my day. I did not use the hotel gym during my trip, however I sporadically performed push ups,bath tub tricep dips, squats,lunges, planks, and other bodyweight exercises throughout the weekend.
See, you can work out anywhere! You just have to be creative
I definitely recommend staying at “The Mills Falls Inn” in Meredith, NH.
It was cozy, quaint, and right in the middle of everything.
Click the link to check out the other 6 hotels connected to the “Inn’s & Spa at Mills Falls”