Ingalls Crossing Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... in Madrid for the next four months, taking classes varying from learning about Spanish TV and radio, to going to museums to analyze famous Spanish artwork, all with the ultimate goal to become more fluent with my Spanish and travel as much as possible.
I have been over the roof excited to start this semester abroad. Current technology has made me feel a lot less nervous about traveling overseas (I've already "walked" from my host family's ...
... the lobby, motorcycle parked under security camera out front. Went to the gourmet grocery store next door. Had crusty bread, crab salad, and a huge can of Foster's beer for dinner. Nice hot shower, and I am a new woman.
475 miles today, easy miles.
Onward to mi casa tomorrow, hopefully. I haven't checked the weather forecast yet - still working on that can of Foster's!
We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
... car hit the guardrail and went down an embankment and hit a tree! Although several cars had already stopped and several folks were on their way down to check on things, Larry and I pulled over. I asked if 9-1-1 had been called and they said "yes".
A concrete truck driver also stopped. He was helping slow down traffic while Larry and I cleared huge chunks of metal and wood debris from the ...
... driver and yup, it was Chris!!
Got to camp, set up and headed into Bennington to see the old covered bridges. Walked through one and it was like walking on cement. The floor is 2X4's packed together on their sides. I was amazed at how strong they were. Stopped in at a Potter Barn so see how the pottery was made. From there we went to the Sugar Bush to sample the maple syrup. By the time we got there ...