Juniper Hill Inn

Address: 153 Pembroke Road, Windsor, Vermont, 05809, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Windsor

Calm Before the Storm

A travel blog entry by lenjorge on May 31, 2015

12 photos

... restaurant seems to be what Irvine's crew designed and put in place however, the menu items have changed somewhat. It was interesting to note that the menu featured a section, title Robert Irvine's recipes. I tried the vegetarian burrito which was huge and topped with a nice tomato sauce and melted cheese served with rice and refried beans. Although tasty, ...

Dancing on Thin Ice

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Apr 11, 2015

3 comments, 7 photos

... it anyway." (Emphasis added.)

In a later chapter about "embracing life," the author quotes her patient saying: "When you are walking on thin ice, you might as well dance."

Life with cancer means "doing it anyway." It means, finding freedom from the fear of both the journey and the outcome. It means seeking joy in each day. It's mid April and we still have ice in the Upper Valley. It's getting thinner; just perfect for dancing on.

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Finding Strength to Heal

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Mar 15, 2015

12 photos

... and eaten. If you are ambitious you can make a lot and freeze it in quart or pint containers. When we are too tired to cook and need to eat, these jewels can easily be thawed and warmed on the stove. If you have an idea, for your friend, just do it. The greater gift is knowing that we are being thought of.

I have to include a plug for the new ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care Center on the Miracle Mile in Lebanon NH. When I got a fever and my ...

Killington - Ski Week in the Coldest February Ever

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 24, 2015

14 photos



So my father died on February 6th of this year
after a quite rapid decline over the last year, one that accelerated in the
last two months of his life after he was diagnosed with ineoperable renal
cancer. In his younger days my father was intolerant of heat but not bothered
much by the cold. In his old age, though, he hated the cold and kept the house
temperature in the high 70s F year round and even kept his room over 80* once I
bought him a ...

Cabin Fever Combat!

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jan 17, 2015

4 comments, 16 photos

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Yes, winter can be hard up here. But it has its gifts. We notice the lengthening daylight and appreciate the beauty nature brings. The lack of big city traffic & commuting = < stress. When there’s a storm, everything is cancelled and we stay home. And then eventually, spring comes.

Friends wonder & some ask now what? I’m addressing ...