Margaretville Mountain Inn
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... is no TV, but there is wifi, so we aren't totally unplugged. All in all, the place is lovely and we have been enjoying the fair weather & greenery these past couple days.
I had to work remotely for a couple hours yesterday while Tim did his first race, a time trial in Windham, NY. He had a slight problem getting to the race start, but ended up where he needed to be in time for his turn. I was finishing up when he returned and we decided to order takeout ...
... it was just us again and Matt cooked up a barbecue of hamburgers and hot dogs to celebrate the end of the holiday weekend. After lunch we drove to a nearby river and hired kayaks. It was a glorious warm and sunny day and we had a great time on the water. We then headed back to the house to pack and head home. We stopped for pizza in Woodstock - a charming little town, and got home before ...
It was dreary, rainy and cold when we woke up which really put a dampener on our plans. So we got ready slowly and went down to the farmers market to buy fresh produce for this afternoon and tonight. It was a gorgeous little market with lots of different kinds of preserves, breads, wood-smoked bacons and maple syrups. They also had the most amazing waffles I've ever tasted. I cannot ...
... by lush greenery. We made dinner - Matt's 'beer car chicken', his famous (and much loved) chicken wings, Ben's roast chicken and my paella. Alex made a fabulous salad and we sat down on the outside deck to enjoy the feast. It was late - and getting dark by the time we finished dinner, but the kids were desperate to visit the local July 4th. Carnival where there would be fireworks tonight as well as tomorrow. ...
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