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Travel Blogs from Amherst
After driving most of the way in the rain, yesterday we arrived at Hinsdale, New Hampshire, just across the river from Vermont.
Today, we drove over to Jacksonville, VT to the Honora Winery and Vineyard tasting room. They produce a collection of several nice whites, one regional dry red, and three reds from fruit grown in California. The regional red was not too bad, and the other reds were very good. Their Syrah won a gold ...
... and sister-in-law? We enjoyed a few delightful hours eating breakfast on the porch, drawing, and chatting before it was time to make the final drive on to Plymouth to return our Bessie. Thanks Jer and Delise for welcoming us back to our home state and with wonderful hugs and enthusiasm. Thanks, too, to my brother Jeremy for being my most faithful blog follower. It was such a boost every time we got a comment from you along the way. We love you guys!!!!
... date, the trip will be cancelled, and Leslie & I will end up spending a noisy weekend in Poughkeepsie instead. It’s not that I have anything against Poughkeepsie… I’d prefer to go to Morocco.
So we’re starting the blog now, even though our departure date isn’t until next April. Hey, as an added bonus, we’ll have a documented account of the planning process for generations to come! ...
Here we were able to see original manuscripts from Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson. The special collections curator wasn't there, but a woman on staff unlocked it and allowed us to walk around. Emily Dickinson's house was closed today. The ONLY day of the week it's closed... Oh well. Not much I can do. Now in to ...
... Massachusetts. We crossed into Massachusetts and were welcomed to the Berkshires, I think I may have heard that names before as well with a connotation of wealth. Then we travelled some on Jacob's Ladder Trail of the Appalachian Trail. The 20 in New York where we were was called a scenic biway and we saw signs indicating Amish but didn't see an Amish horse and cart unfortunately. Also, passed a Shaker Village. This state is so rich in history.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking