A Newfound Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... boxes, textiles, pottery, baskets, note cards, Christmas ornaments, pewter figurines, Shaker memorabilia. Wish I had more cash : )
Sept 26 Today, we moved to White River Junction, VT. We listed to the Husker game on Skip’s computer (Yahoo, we won!) Could not get tv coverage, as it was impossible to “shoot” the satellite from our leafy canopied campground! Strange that Vermont doesn’t follow NU ...
... information boards. It was an interesting accidental find. This two hundred year old iron furnace is the only blast furnace still standing in the whole state of New Hampshire. It was lovely to see the effort to which local community members had gone to keep this slice of history alive and to preserve it ...
... of the National Parks and Monuments we've never experienced. The trip should be filled with many wonderful experiences, and we are hoping for good weather.
This first edition of our blog contains a tentative map of our route. It will most likely change as we proceed West.
Val and Richard
... The last couple of days have been very
intense and we fell into our beds immediately when we hit the cabin.
This time my dear friend Soraya is spending the first week
of my vacation with me. One week isn’t exactly a long time, so we have to avoid
too long breaks to give her at least a taste of New England, in particular
since it’s her first time here.
It goes without saying that we cannot possibly ...
Today began with a ferry ride from Plattsburgh across to Grand Isle. They use ice breakers to clear a little path across the river all year round to allow the ferry to get through. It's more like a barge really and reminded me a lot of the barge we used to catch across to Fraser Island. Main difference was I was driving a mini van and instead of sandy beaches there was a whole lot of ice. But the mini ...