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... such things back in Oz.
For lunch we dropped into Easy Over's in Cuttingsville for tasty toasted sandwiches then off to the famous Pearce's Store. This is the local general store where you'll find Lavinia, one of the colourful local personalities who welcomed us warmly. As a memento of our visit Scott purchased a Pearce's Store t-shirt to show off back home.
Our day finished up with a feast of pork ribs, collard, kale and potato salad prepared by ...
It turns out that Annick and Fabian, my Quebecer friends slept under the bridge that we planned to meet on today. I waited for a couple minutes, wondering from which direction they would approach the bridge, not considering underneath as an option. Funny way to start the day. We rode out of town six miles or so to the base of Middlebury Pass. We had to cross the Appalachians somehow, and we had heard that Middlebury is the most doable. The beginning of the climb, we were also ...
... little ways. We arrived in Middlebury and went to a bar on the river for a while before I went to my warmshowers for the evening and the Quebecers went to... well I'm not sure where they slept, I did not feel it appropriate to impose them on my hosts so last minute. David an Patty are my hosts this evening, and they are wonderful. Their home is a beautiful construct of their own design, and their backyard is the Middlebury college campus; they ...
The fourth of July was sunny and warm. The parade was great, we wached it from the library. Kathryn was up so we had traditional salmon and peas. The next few days were sunny and humid. I left today and it waw overcast with showers.
I stopped at my cousin Lauren's but I must have gotten my message crossed.
I left a bottle of wine and a messare,
Later I got an e-mail and I will be going back ...
This was a nice little 1/2 hour stop to stretch our legs. Had a few activities for Hugh to do and he thoroughly enjoyed each and every one. We got to the location 1/2 hour before they closed so we weren't able to learn a whole lot about the place.
It was a pretty quick stop so we can tell you much but it was very pretty.
A very good break
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