Governor's House in Hyde Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could spend another $1,000 on the lemon or ditch it. We scoured local RV places that were open on Sunday and weren't drawn to any new trailers On Monday morning we toured the new and used trailers and Pete's and bought a beauty. The team at Pete's were amazing! No pushing and they rushed everything. We finally took delivery of the trailer late Wednesday night. We worked late into the night trying to transfer all ...
... of their mark on this community with beautiful monuments and mausoleums of monumental proportions. I will name a few of my favorite white granite monuments: soccer ball, cube, bi-plane, and racecar. Our guide filled us in on local legends of the great ones buried here at Hope.
Our last stop was at the Morse Sugar Farm. Sugaring Off was a fascinating subject in grade school social studies; seeing it up close ...
Day 50. Vermont Today we followed the Connetticut River - it went from rain to sunshine, wonderful. We went to a craft market, to an historic town, to a farmers market, to getting lost in small towns, crossing covered bridges, and to a glass blowing factory. Thankfully we had an advanced accommodation booking ...
... my winter coat and gloves.
The railway is the world’s first climbing cog railway and also the world’s second steepest. At one point the grade is 37.41%, Truckers start to get nervous with grades over 7%. The ride to the summit covered a vertical rise of about 3,500’.
When we reached the summit, I was really glad I had my winter coat and cloves and wished I had remembered to bring ...
... road, which narrowed even further as we drove. We were .4 miles away, when we two people on an ATV approached. We asked them if there was a covered bridge. "No," they said, “This is an ATV trail and it gets even narrower.” We turned, inching the car a few feet with each small turn of the wheel.
Before we reached this point we had passed a sign directing us to Old North Church, founded 1832. ...