Overlook Park Bed and Breakfast
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... heavy and we were driving all of 30 mph. After 50 miles of this we arrived at Pete's RV Sales in Williston just as they were locking up. They were so kind. They had us pull in the back of their building and hook up to water and electric and said they'd be back on Monday. We spent 5 nights in that location with the trailer listing to the right so badly you could hardly stay in the bed! Decisions on the road are ...
... out of bed at 4 am to make the start.
We spent Saturday morning reading and generally getting ourselves organised. The afternoon was low key - shopping for food and taking a drive around town.
Sunday was little different - a visit to Costco to buy a new suitcase headlined the day. We were "checked out" by a delightful young man ...
... rate of tax evasion in the USA, often flies a Communist Flag on Independence Day and has been known to teach Marxism in the local school. It is a very charming village with a babbling brook and a covered bridge.
The highlight of the day for me was a visit to Moss Glen Falls, a photographically beautiful waterfall that is easy to access. Sunset eluded us, hidden behind the clouds that had dogged us all day. We headed to Stowe for dinner ...
It was a good day to stroll the grounds and view the exhibits at the Shelburne Museum. It was spitting rain, which didn't impact our walks and the collections were inside, so we could get pictures without worrying about the rain.
Electra Havermayer Webb founded the museum in 1947. From the museum’s web description the museum has, "Impressionist paintings, folk art, quilts ...
We were expecting the border crossing into Vermont, USA to be quick and easy. Our Greyhound bus unloaded us with our luggage for the usual inspections...
"Excuse me sir, please come with me. There seems to be a problem."
Ness and I looked at each other in amazement as we were asked to follow the US Border Official down a corridor to a waiting room. We watched them in ...