Mayor Lord's House Bed & Breakfast
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... once supported 40 hotels. People came by the trainload (up to 8 trains a day) from New York and Chicago to spend time at the waters. Our guide was their wedding consultant so the whole tour was presented around ‘the bride’, not something that captures my interest, but the place was full of antiques and quite elegant. Unfortunately the day was very wet so we didn’t get to explore the gardens. ...
... north just across the Massachusetts border through Bennington Vermont. Just before we got to this village, we stopped at the trailhead for the Appalachian trail. Then we took a short half hour round trip on the trail to say we hiked it in Vermont! New York was a frustrating state to find anything except Service Islands. We didn't find ...
... it has frozen over! We also passed We realized after we were clear across the state that we didn't go to see the college that Verne went to, University of Miami, Ohio. Sorry Mom!!! Crossing the Ohio River into West Virgina is pretty. The towns along the rivers edge are all very old and the river itself has several bridges across it. So different then what we have at home.
We did go through West Virginia, I promise! We ...
... here last year, right along a tree line and a small river that flows through the park. We saw hundreds of fireflies and bats during our late night walk then and I was left feeling re-centered and refreshed.
After we parked, we felt like zombies…neither of us have slept well the last few days so we went straight back to bed and emerged still feeling like zombies around 10am. Coffee helped a little bit so we worked on some projects (I’m replacing ...
... a TV, recliners and comfy, swivel rocking chairs to use while waiting for your laundry.
I suppose there are alternatives to do laundry; nudist camps, disposable clothes, not caring that everyone refuses to sit next to you because your clothes are... well, you get the picture.
Everyday there is some task we'd just as soon not do. We can procrastinate, ignore ...