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... the state when we get to the south of Vermont.
When I looked at the map, I found Rhododendron State park! My Uncle Tommy was crazy about these plants, he even moved to a remote town in southern Oregon, so he could grow them better!
We took one of our shorter day trips & toured the charming Town of Keene (which Roger wants to come back & spend the winter) then we drove on to the state park & a wonderful hike that began as a 1 mile ...
... in class at a competition in California. They also have a very large selection of cheeses from the area and serve several with the wine tasting.
The drive over and back was nice, but we have realized that in this part of the US, a 20 mile drive takes 45 minutes to an hour due to the terrain and the numerous small villages you have to go through, but that adds to the drive.
Tomorrow we head north for St. Johnsbury, VT. ...
... hr journey west. It went smoothly and swiftly with the bright warm day and Skype conversations, dharma talks and soundtrack including the farewell ceremony recording from last week. I also got over $300 on foodstamps the day before leaving so I had some incredible road tripping food to keep me going :). Arriving in Franklin at 12:30am in a daze sent me to bed and deep dreamless ...
This time the road lead me to the Western part of New Hampshire, an area which I haven't traveled so far. Harrisville was one of these towns, I haven't been in yet.
In the past this area was well known for its paper mills, located on the rivers. Many of those are meanwhile closed down. Due to that development, some of the small towns here appear to be somehow "dead" and empty.
Have a great weekend!
Today, after a long break, i will like to share my life in the USA.
When i was 15 i moved to claremont, a small town, in new England, for one year, my sophomore, year, with a new family, new school, and new language.
I believe was the hardest year of my life, and at the same time one of the best, I became the person I m today, thanks to that experience.
Firstly, I'm going to write about my feelings, so maybe its a mix of a lot of places, but i cannot write this, ...