Branch Brook Bed & Breakfast
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... lake began was not worth the risk. It was a beautiful island and would be very pretty in all seasons.
After Acadia (and 4 nights in a row of sleeping in the van, which is well shy of last trips record, we must be getting old!) we were very excited to be heading to New Hampshire, the land of no tax, for a hotel and 2 days shopping. Suffice to say we shopped till we dropped. By the end of it we were quite exhausted ;-).
Boston was ...
... the beauty of that.
At the Conway end of the trail we were give some great advice from the information centre about what to see and how to experience the National Park to the fullest given the weather. There were covered bridges, waterfalls, ponds, mountain views (albeit misty) and towards the end as the weather cleared, we walked the 'track to trail' along the river. The 'Track to Trail' is a section where the old railway lines ...
... not for teeth, but trousers) in a variety of pastoral shades, but mainly greens and reds. Steph was sorely tempted, but resisted. Back into Stowe via a less hilly route and through the commercial bit of town that we hadn't seen before. We hadn't missed a great deal. Down the valley and to the triumph of the day, Ben and Jerry's Ice-cream Factory!
I am not making these up:Why do cows have bells? Because their horns ...
... for dessert a chocolate mouse dish. It was all very tasty.
The beds were so comfortable but mom is so short and the bed was so high. She couldn’t figure out how to get into the bed which made me laugh. I kept suggesting undignified ways to get into the bed. Finally she managed to get in but was convinced she wasn’t getting out so I had to do everything for her so she didn’t have to get up. This whole situation made us laugh. ...
We stopped for lunch at St Ferdinand on Lac William and overlooked the lake. The picnic area appeared to be quite new and was well maintained. It was quite warm sitting in the sun. Even managed to change some small coins for a $1 coin for Wes to buy a coffee. What would I do if I did not have hands - I would not be able to speak French !.
I drove a little after lunch until we came to Sherbrooke - a large town. Wes took over and we located a Tim ...