The Old Mill Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Brandon
... farmhouse built in 1809 and run by our delightful hostess, Donna.
Our first full day here began with a wonderful breakfast, provided by Donna, of fruit, fruit juice, bacon and as many pancakes and maple syrup as we could eat.
With full bellies we headed out with John and Penelope for a guided tour of the area starting with the farm. The farmhouse has the biggest fireplace I have ever seen looking like it is built out of some sort of boiler.
It turns out that Annick and Fabian, my Quebecer friends slept under the bridge that we planned to meet on today. I waited for a couple minutes, wondering from which direction they would approach the bridge, not considering underneath as an option. Funny way to start the day. We rode out of town six miles or so to the base of Middlebury Pass. We had to cross the Appalachians somehow, and we had heard that Middlebury is the most doable. The beginning of the climb, we were also ...
... what have you. Not far from my position I suppose. The Vermonters I have encountered were in the same place 40 years ago, but now live quite comfortably in the highest taxed state in the nation, arguably. The cost of living is astronomical, but it pays for a very high quality of life; the roads are in excellent shape, co-ops and health food stores abound, nearly every town, small and smaller has a bike shop, and the environment is pristine. ...
The fourth of July was sunny and warm. The parade was great, we wached it from the library. Kathryn was up so we had traditional salmon and peas. The next few days were sunny and humid. I left today and it waw overcast with showers.
I stopped at my cousin Lauren's but I must have gotten my message crossed.
I left a bottle of wine and a messare,
Later I got an e-mail and I will be going back ...
This was a nice little 1/2 hour stop to stretch our legs. Had a few activities for Hugh to do and he thoroughly enjoyed each and every one. We got to the location 1/2 hour before they closed so we weren't able to learn a whole lot about the place.
It was a pretty quick stop so we can tell you much but it was very pretty.
A very good break