Ivory Creek Bed and Breakfast
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... cottage I rented in Vermont is owned by a couple of artists (painter and sculptor) and they've built their own little slice of heaven up on top of a hill overlooking the Passumpic River valley. They have 40+ acres and they built the studio cottage I rented, plus a house for themselves and a carpentry studio. The grounds are covered with his large sculptures and the hillside has acres of trails for walking and even a couple of ...
... nope. I watched them for a few minutes and realized that the enterprising duo was taking their own wedding photos using the delay on the camera. The groom would stand in the spot and the bride would run up and focus, then run back down to him and they would hold a pose until the shot was taken. I was very impressed.
Evening found us in Sheffield, MA at a lovely B&B called the Staveleigh House. It was so ...
... with mole waiting for us, we got to see the final placement of the mosaic we helped put together in 2011.
Back then, we had the greatest opportunity to help Michelle and Tony put together a Mosaic for their home. Our "workshop" was in Tony's beautiful family home in Truro on Cape Cod. The house is aptly named "Xanadu". Their private driveway has signs up the hill with the first verse of Coleridge's poem ("In Xanadu did Kubla Khan, a stately ...
Debbie and I have talked on the phone from time to time, over the 36 years since we got out of the Air Force in 1978 but... I never thought I'd find myself just 70 miles from her home in Massachusetts!!! She was SO SURPRISED when I called her and asked if we could stop by for a visit!! Spending time with her was absolutely one of my favorite experiences on our ...
... climbed the 294 steps to the top. It was overcast and cool with drizzling rain at times but we could still see the city from the top.
We walked from the Monument to the USS Constitution which is a sailing vessel. It has sailed 5 times this year and will go out again in October before it is taken into dry dock for some time. The crew were very knowledgeable and obviously loved their jobs and spoke animatedly about the ship. Children a young as 7 years served on ...