Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center
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... visited them a few ago, we went out for dinner. A very nice couple, originally from Vermont. They have moved to NH just a few years ago AND they have 2 Golden Retrievers. You know me, I love almost every dog, but a Golden - a Golden is a Golden, nothing like a Golden. You won't be too surprised that I'm spending quite a few hours walking these pretty boys, but not only that - Linda is a very inspiring, smart woman, we felt ...
... the town being busy because it is to be a holiday weekend, Halloween, Harvest, Columbus Day?
Observations? We have not seen much bird life so far.Petrol/gasolene is not as cheap as it used to be, ranging from $3.15 -$3.50+ per US gallon.Many Americans eat out all the time and breakfasts tend to be huge.Tipping is an expectation in restaurants and motels.Tourist spots are not well signposted.Driving is easy and the standard of the roads is good in general.
... no and that the recipe was just a normal recipe and perhaps because she used a machine with the kneading...If that were the case, then she ought to be fine giving the recipe, right? Something's fishy, but ugh!!! We will never know (short of breaking into the restaurant) how to make those perfect biscuits. We can only remember how awesome they tasted and dream of when we might be able to have them again.
Until the next blog, cheers!
... Squam Lakes gemacht, ihr wisst schon – dort wurde “Am Goldenen See”
gedreht. Solltet ihr nicht wissen, ...
... rolls but they were the same ones that had been there the day before. No fresh rolls yet today. Bought the ham and tomato though.
Lyndon, Vermont promotes itself as the covered bridge capital of the Northeast Kingdom and they have a map showing the 5 bridges close by. Drove to all of them. Two are still used as vehicle bridges, one is in the grounds of a motel and is currently being repaired, one is used by snowmobiles and the last one ...