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... in May 2015!" signs in the window. Up in the mountains in the ski resorts the signs read "See you in November!" So it's mostly me and the locals. I like it for the most part, but it does lend a melancholy, abandoned feel sometimes
Today brings us almost to the end of our journey. It was hard to leave the cottage - I could have easily stayed there another week. I'm not ready for this trip to be over, but tomorrow will find ...
... crepes (Lamb Merguez sausage...yum).
Cate and I then took our combined 3 dogs (Stormy, Cinnamon and Addie) for a beautiful hike in a local conservation area. Stormy, the fierce Chihuahua, did his level best to put Addie in her place, attempts which were mostly ignored. A good time was had by all.
Tomorrow I visit WEBS, the yarn mecca in this neck of the woods, then we head east and south towards Mystic, CT.
On our New England portion of our adventure, we saw some of our newest friends, the Kruzels, and then we had the wonderful opportunity to see Michelle, Tony (her husband) and David (her brother). Michelle is one of my best friends whom I've known since I was 6 years old!
We drove to Easthampton from the Cape with the beautiful fall foliage of New England. It wasn't yet at it's peak but it was still an awesome sight and a very rare treat for us.
Debbie and I have talked on the phone from time to time, over the 36 years since we got out of the Air Force in 1978 but... I never thought I'd find myself just 70 miles from her home in Massachusetts!!! She was SO SURPRISED when I called her and asked if we could stop by for a visit!! Spending time with her was absolutely one of my favorite experiences on our ...
... about 57 degrees F. Amazing how different the weather was from 2 days ago. Then it was short sleeves and shorts, yesterday long sleeves and long pants and today it was coats.
Stopped in Arlington at a Wholefoods Market where we made our own salads for lunch. You pay by the weight and put whatever you like on the plate or in a takeaway bowl. There was hot and cold food, including soup. They had tables and chairs available to use. A nice warm comfortable place ...