Lord Jeffery Inn
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... to face with a mountain goat and her baby in South Dakota, swimming in boiling waters in Colorado, waking up in Wonderland and falling asleep unfamiliar... I am forever grateful I was able to experience this. And I think a part of me left a part of my heart on the open ...
... landing in Lyndonville, Vermont, our home for the next three days. The land got more rugged, the trees more bare, and the scenery progressively more stunning. New Hampshire and Vermont are clearly not interested in showing off for me, because we've had generally gray, rainy weather since we left the coast. But that only served to increase the drama quotient when driving through mist-filled valleys and gazing at shrouded peaks.
... 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 ...
... the air was damp with humidity. We knew the views were going to be nonexistent but we were there so we decided to go for it anyways! Even with the bad weather it was still pretty packed and there was even a school group climbing the mountain. It was a 2 mile hike up and I would maybe call it more of a climb as a large portion of it was climbing up rock faces. It was pretty challenging to find the right pathways and good places to step and we ended up using ...
... that day.
After the great exercise, Brian decided to make homemade pasta. Tony and Michelle had a pasta maker and Brian showed them his technique for making pasta from scratch in a very short amount of time. We made two types of sauce: a tomato based sauce and a pesto. Both were delicious.
Looking at the pictures I took, I wish I had taken one of David! =(
We had a great rest of the evening watching TV on their projector screen ...