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Travel Blogs from Jackson
As the Arbour Inn was on the outskirts of Stowe we decided before moving on to spend some time in this beautiful village.
The locals were very friendly but at the same time didn't say much! See our many acquaintances, it was so easy to make friends!
Stowe was the furthest North we were going to be in New England so it was south …
Memorable moments and experiences from today!
1. My eyes popped open when Harvey said – look out the window! Glittering yellow leaves sparkled and waved good morning as they shimmied in the latest gust of wind pushing along the grey clouds. Immediately after breakfast, I stood out on the deck, playing with the settings on my camera and attempting to capture those yellow leaves swaying ...
... like we are in the Swiss or German Alps as it is so different.
Our hotel has big bears and moose (not real ones) all around it and is geared up for winter skiing.
We did a forest walk and I saw a chipmunk. First one I have ever seen. Not sure if it was Alvan Simon or Theodore!
Bit of a strange day today. We travelled a lot and I kept falling asleep.
Found another well decorated shop ...
... takes 45 minutes with grades up to 37 deg. and curves of 30 which made it into the Guinness book of records twice .
There was no indication at the base bathed in autumn sun that the summit claims to have the worst weather in the world, it was bad as an approaching front had brought cloud and a wind 60 mph ,a bit chilly for a wind cheater , the wind chill took the temp down to about -1 or so luckily we had a view of at least some of the ...
... they hold mail for up to 10 days. How good is this?
With all this seasonal change that we are living with each day here in New Hampshire, it is somehow reassuring that while we may have mostly shifted to email, there is still a place for physical delivery. We're sure glad we got to know Lynn today.