Inn at Glendyer
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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... couple ahead of us who were so slow it was incredible. She was the only one who could see them in the fog! Margot counted 13 shots for the woman ...on a par 3!!! We finished in less than five hours and we're proud of it! Headed out for our next destination (Mabou) and experienced the most gorgeous scenery imaginable. We drove the Cabot Trail for a couple of hours which goes through the mountains. Crossed three ...
... been looking forward to on the trip). Also, I forgot to mention - one of the highlights over the last two days has been using the car seat heaters. It has been wonderful on my back during the drive. Along the way today Lyn said she would turn her's on & I told her that I already had mine on for most of the drive... :) This is a must item on the next car we buy, whenever!
We are staying at a great b&b, just out of Mabou. It's on the east coast, about half way up CBI. ...
... population...biggest explosion in world to date! on top of the titanic disaster! Lyn and I shopped for watches and make up.... Was formal night so we got dressed up and the Millers invited us for a champagne and cheese platter before dinner. Nice!!! Then dinner and show....so funny! A lady and man who seemed serious at first but were comedians...lots of humour, some magic, some good singing, and some bells ringing! Good ...
... is painfull driving behind them. However, we were making good time, too good a time in fact. We started slowing down, making a few pit stops so we did not arrived at the Hunters Mountain Chalet too early. We arrived. Roland, the nice German lad showed us the chalet. Nice. The plan was to bring the luggage inside, then hit the Red Barn down the street for some food and beer. Big day tomorrow. The Cabot Trail... Did I mention that? So what worked... Everything. I ...
... to take up food, clothes, tooth brush, etc... to get out of the dungeon ASAP. It all worked out swimmingly and we were actually asleep in our private/reserved reclining chairs prior to setting sail at 1:30 am. There was a brief moment when one of us thought a young boy (about 11) may have to be ... dealt with... when the family of three got into the private area, but he stopped running around and we all fell asleep. While it ...