Maplecroft Bed And Breakfast
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... a picture of our arrival but couldn’t find a “Welcome to the USA” sign. We settled for the Vermont Welcome Center.
We found our campground – Moose River Campground without a problem. So now we are back to enjoying the benefits of US campgrounds – 30 cable channels, wireless, and 50 amp service. Wuhoo!!
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
... for homemade ice cream.
The trip to Williamstown, VT was enjoyable and Limehurst Lake Campground is my favorite so far—a quiet, cool, “mom and pop” place alongside a little lake for fishing. Skip opted for a few casts (no fish) after a chili supper in the shelter with the tour group. I found out from a local camper that numerous coaches were relocated to accommodate our group, so that we could ...
Day 50. Vermont Today we followed the Connetticut River - it went from rain to sunshine, wonderful. We went to a craft market, to an historic town, to a farmers market, to getting lost in small towns, crossing covered bridges, and to a glass blowing factory. Thankfully we had an advanced accommodation booking ...
... my winter coat and gloves.
The railway is the world’s first climbing cog railway and also the world’s second steepest. At one point the grade is 37.41%, Truckers start to get nervous with grades over 7%. The ride to the summit covered a vertical rise of about 3,500’.
When we reached the summit, I was really glad I had my winter coat and cloves and wished I had remembered to bring ...
... we’d go there to build our confidence we could find something. Besides, Dave and I got married in Old North Church in Evansville, IN.
The rest of our day was more fruitful. We crossed into New Hampshire and had a map and somewhat better, but still vague, instructions. It still wasn’t easy finding most of the bridges. Sometimes they were hidden behind buildings or trees.
We also looked for ...