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Fun day! LaureAnn and I drove over to Salem, Massachusetts for all things witchy! What a beautiful day. the drive was wonderful - lots of great conversation, story swapping, beautiful scenery, and then Salem itself.
We walked around, visited a couple of the sites, one being the only structure left from the witch trial period. That is the home of Judge Corwin.
Saw The House do Seven Gables that inspired Nathaniel ...
OK, a lot behind. Instead of going back and writing about each day I am going to try to just play catch up!
On Oct. 3rd I left Montreal via Amtrak and traveled down to Poughkeepsie, New York. Pleasant journey! We had a special treat in that an observation car was added to the train. Once we got past customs at the border I went up there and I'm so glad I did. Here we were riding along side Lake ...
... party for us. Everything was delicious. We are thankful for such good friends.
When we arrived home, our whole family came to help us celebrated with pizza and wings.
Our grandsons came the next day to help us unpack. This was very much appreciated.
The end ...
"That man looks like he has a combine harvester for legs." "Would that make him a trac-taur?" So peter had a bad night's sleep last night and took him a while to wake up today. We made up for it with a 'Vermont-style' breakfast, which was so tasty! Even the toast was twice as thick as normal bread! Afterwards we took a look around Stowe (and some random steep side-roads thanks to our satnav having a funny turn). We had some time to kill so we drove west ...
... and arts festival in Spoleto in the province of Umbria. Over the course of those many festivals I have gotten comfortable speaking Italian, although in an admittedly faulty way. In small town Italy, that is something one can get away with since most of the folk don’t speak English at all and are happy to give you a break if you make mistakes. The first year I went to Spoleto, I managed to catch on after the festival with ...