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From Killington I headed to New Hampshire to see some old
friends of mine, Bob and Susan. Bob is currently teaching economics on a
contract at University of New Hampshire, so I thought I’d stop by and visit while
in northern New England. It doesn’t take all that long to get to Durham from
Killington, which gave me the opportunity to stop somewhere along the way.
About ten years ago I ordered a book from Amazon named ...
Today we had our fist Halloween Event. After several days of many adults slaving over sewing machines, super glue (aka "the Kragle") and lots of felt, our over excited Lego Man Emmet and extremely adorable classic Minnie Mouse Or "Mouse" came to life. Roscoe and Gwen loved their costumes and I think they turned out ...
... up there. The view must be absolutely amazing on a clear day. So this is where the hard part began, climbing up was tough but at least you always had a good grip on where you were going. It was a whole other story going down. A lot of the rocks are just slightly slanted flat surfaces so to try and walk down them when they are soaking wet was a big nono. We actually figured we were so wet already, we would just slide down on our asses! So that what we did for ...
... of the Quechee Gorge complete with a descending hot-air balloon. On into Woodstock which turned out be a very pleasant, touristy village with the usual range of tourist shops and cafés. We ambled along looking primarily for the Information Office. We planned to do a walk today in the surrounding hills and the local info office could supply appropriate routes and directions. Mount Tom was our aim, a steady 16000 feet climb - yeah, ok, one too many 0s. Armed with ...
... the sand, and Frank and Kay made Jaffles which are toasted sandwiches cooked in special irons that you set into the hot coals. They were delicious, and fun because they were accompanied by a running commentary from the Tucker's friends. We were also accompanied by the ubiquitous little, sticky flies that are emblematic of Australian country life. We were back to the mooring at Red Cliffs just after 5PM and had a quiet evening at home. My leg ...