Inn at Fox Hill Farm
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... way! All of you contributed so much to our adventure. We are very thankful for having the opportunity to meet you. Thank you to our families for helping and supporting us throughout this journey! Without you, this would not have been ...
... we haven't been to the doc yet, go in and have a little lunch and then start the clear liquid diet". Food was delicious - thanks for the tip.
Our pantry wasn't stocked for this type of liquid diet so stopped at the grocery store for lots of jello, broth and gatorade. We had a campfire after dinner but there was something missing......it just wasn't the same.
... is one of the oldest cities in America and is known for the quality and diversity of it's architecture. They have managed to keep many historical buildings in their original state and in use. For instance the firehouse. The entrance to the fire hall would not accommodate today's fire trucks. Rather than breaking down the entrance to make it larger, they had smaller trucks built! They do the same job, they're ...
... leaving my tea behind, which we were close enough to retrieve. Leaving today's camp was down a hill on a very windy road and heading toward the ocean. It's not good to have the sway bar on the camper on such windy roads. (We learned that one while traveling route 66 on similar roads. It was the start of a very expensive repair!) Instead of attaching it, we put it on the truck cover to put on when we ...
... Lesson learned today...make hotel reservations while traveling in New England. We are in a complete dump because it is the only place that had a room. We even went to the local grocery store for Lysol. Oh well, we are having fun. Looking forward to only five hours tomorrow, then we arrive at our ...
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