Inn at Sawmill Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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His take on our stay in Manchester Center:
A wonderful location with trees turning to beautiful colours (colors) and some nice restaurants with less challenging American accents. We attended the Orvis Fly Fishing 2 day school at Orvis Headquarters. The building is itself very appealing and situated beside its' own casting ponds filled with rainbow trout to bring realism to outdoor practice sessions. ...
... those times when you go for it because this confluence of paintings all in one place may never happen again. This Van Gogh and Nature exhibit features nearly fifty paintings and drawings from thirty museums and private collections around the world. And Van Gogh is one of my most favorite artists! So how could we not go!
No photography was allowed – but interesting enough is that if you want to ...
... bring some samples home with us. While downtown Saint Johns is nothing to write home about, the surrounding areas are really beautiful. Rolling hills and beautiful lush/green scenery. We were happy when Josh & Jamie came to spend a day/night with us. We really enjoyed their visit.
8/12-8/15....Not that far away from St. Johns we headed to Thetford, VT. The ride down was pleasant and again, beautiful landscapes all along ...
... a Mohawk with his arms lifted up in prayer to the Great Spirit. The statue stands on a boulder and is quite impressive! Another little piece of history is the Little Red School House, built in 1868. The one room school stands in its original spot. Unfortunately, we weren't able to go inside, although the brochure said it was open. Still, a nice piece of Americana. We then ventured into the little town of Shelburne Falls to see their uniquely different tourist attraction, ...
Well off we set at 8:30 am to venture along the hwy to get closer to Cooperstown. The toll roads are enough to break you. One we hit in Maine was $7.50, another $4.00 and another at $ 3.50, yikes.
We decided to take the #2 thru the top of Massachusetts which became a much more sensible drive to do. Very scenic along the way, but did not stop to take any pictures as Greg seems to be in groove. I must ...