Cooper Creek Bed and Breakfast

230 Kent Cornwall Road (Route 7), Kent, Connecticut, 06757, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 230 Kent Cornwall Road (Route 7), Kent, is near Kent Falls State Park, Hopkins Vineyard, Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm, and Sloane-Stanley Museum & Kent Furnace.
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    Travel Blogs from Kent

    Words Devoid of Wisdom from a Mutt

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Aug 17, 2014

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    I've been home for 2 months and I just realized something; I lost my hairbrush in England. I haven't owned perfume since I was 17 and rely solely on baby lotion, deodorant, and the occasional Febreeze spritz in times of real desperation. I refuse to wash my repulsive Vans due to sentimentality that they hiked a Grecian volcano. I often forget to shave the spot on the front of my ankle because I've cut myself so many times. I have a finger nail ...

    169th Dutchesss County Fair, Rhinebeck, NY.

    A travel blog entry by jarallis on Aug 16, 2014

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    While we were talking at the Maple stand, the guy next to us said immediately, "Are you from New Zealand?". Which was unusual as 99% of the people ask Australia or England.
    He takes us over to his wife who is from Napier! Finally found a New Zealander here.

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    Elizaville," Fairs & Festivals", NY.

    A travel blog entry by jarallis on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... was the retreat for New Yorkers over summer and built fantastic mansions bordering the river where they entertained their guests over summer. All built in the guilded age of late 1800's where status was important in the social ladder.
    We arrived just in time for a couple of County Fairs and a BBQ contest during the week we were here. Food trucks and carnivals rides ...

    Que Sera, Sera

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... has this been made so inaccessible? Doing something you love, I mean. There's no one in the college setting slapping me on the right buttcheek saying "go out there and get 'em, tiger." As opposed to this, I feel like I'm in a herd of cattle getting flame branded and tazed towards a niche I can be of service to society. Well, corporate America, I got news for you: I'm not a cow. I prefer the term, "more to love". Kidding. In addition to this, I love cheeseburgers, and for ...

    Camp ..

    A travel blog entry by misshubble on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... visit to the lake where the children could choose from a variety of water sports. The lakes beautiful and so peaceful. The days off we have had have been fun too. Ive been activity assistant for horse riding and archery and have really enjoyed it.
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