The Black Lantern Inn
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We were expecting the border crossing into Vermont, USA to be quick and easy. Our Greyhound bus unloaded us with our luggage for the usual inspections...
"Excuse me sir, please come with me. There seems to be a problem."
Ness and I looked at each other in amazement as we were asked to follow the US Border Official down a corridor to a waiting room. We watched them in ...
... it gets pretty crowded which in turn allows the hotels to jack up their prices, especially during weekends, easily well above $200 per night. I was able to find one inn down the road from the city center; only a 15 minute walk to both the city center and the waterfront, and a two block walk to Switchback Brewery (close to Magic Hat Brewery as well). My ultimate goal here was to explore the beautiful city, its night life, and meet some ...
... it was touch and go whether we were even going to be able to make it. Lots of wind and rain. Anyway, it settled down a bit, so we all dressed accordingly and headed out. In the 10 or 15 minutes it took us to get there, the sun came out and it was great. At least until we all ate.. Then the rain came back. No problem as there were big canvas tents set up.The weather, regardless of the sky, was still humid the ...
Went skiing with the Reidy's and their cousins. Jay Peak is definitely a must on a skiers list. Some sweet glade skiing for novices. Packed powder. 25 degrees. Barely a breeze. A couple of quads and a tram bought you to the top. Sitting on the Canadian border in northern Vermont, it's quite remote making for small lift lines. It was a four hour ride but the ride back was a bit more interesting with the impending ...
... to "bag" at some later date.
The Trapp Family Lodge is on hill near Stowe. I always loved the Sound of Music movie, would watch it every year when it aired around Thanksgiving when I was growing yup, and knew it was vaguely based on a true story. I didn’t realize until recently how true it was, and that the Von Trapps came to the U.S. with just a few dollars, toured the country as a family singing troupe in the ...