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... my "getaway from cancer" and it was such good sister fun & bonding time. What a wonderful break and distraction from the post treatment issues and concerns.
Which brings me to an update on my cancer recovery. I am very grateful that I get to be "finished with my treatment." I don't have any discernible signs of cancer now, and I hope we never see it again. Physically, I have been through an awful lot this year and transitioning ...
... now run by a foundation. The
sun had come out and it was nice to walk around. Favorite sites were the Circus building and
the ferry boat, Ticonderoga. It had been
a ferry on Lake Champlain and when it was being retired from service, Electra
bought it and had it moved to the museum grounds. The boat is furnished to represent the 1920s
which was the peak usage for the boat.
The 2 hours flew ...
... the coastal regions of the Maritimes, progressing from Lunenburg to Halifax via Mahone Bay, Chester and Peggy's Cove, then Cape Breton Island, where we drove the famous Cabot Trail, in the equally famous Maritime rain, then Prince Edward Island, and finally, before our return to the US, the Bay of Fundy, with its amazing tidal variations. In addition to some more 'Shipping News' ...
... we have encountered have had great experiences using that, but we haven't tried it. The Adirondacks try hard to look like mountains but mostly are large hills of hardwoods. The scattered lakes and rivers are pretty as are the large boulders strewn about by the glaciers from times past. By far the most scenic was around Lake Placid and North Pole all the way to Lake Champlain. Wet weather one night got us wet enough to hotel it for ...
... It won't be a pretty picture. Fortunately, the only wildlife we see is road kill.
Speaking of the Green Mountains, here's something you probably didn't know. The Vermont Republic, also known less formally as the Green Mountain Republic, existed from 1777 to 1791, at which time Vermont became the 14th state. Vermont not only takes its state nickname ("The Green Mountain State") from the mountains, it is named after them. The French Verts ...