Ranney-Crawford House Bed and Breakfast
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The aim today was to drive to the Green Mountains in Vermont - the **** sat nav we've hired likes to take us on long routes so today's drive was 6 hours long! This included driving the length of Manhattan in rush hour in heavy rain and getting lost in a car park. Luckily ...
Miles and miles of forests splashed with every shade of green, yellow, orange and red as we climb through Connecticut into Vermont through the Berkshires- rolling hills growing steeper till we are in Vermont's Green Mountains. Sunshine is gone to showers today but not too cold. The village of Stockbridge is home to the Norman Rockwell Gallery. Rockwell was one of America's most successful artists. Pic 1 ...
... of the Quechee Gorge complete with a descending hot-air balloon. On into Woodstock which turned out be a very pleasant, touristy village with the usual range of tourist shops and cafés. We ambled along looking primarily for the Information Office. We planned to do a walk today in the surrounding hills and the local info office could supply appropriate routes and directions. Mount Tom was our aim, a steady 16000 feet climb - yeah, ok, one too many 0s. Armed with ...
We were up early because there was still one thing we wanted to see before we moved on. They call it the "tidal bore" and it occurs during the incoming tide on the rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy. As I mentioned earlier the Bay of Fundy rises about 1 foot every 10 minutes, during the incoming tide, so there is a tremendous amount of water flowing into the bay. The rivers are still flowing ...
... when it was originally in use.
We had to go through security but we were allowed on and there was no charge. One lady asked how to get to the ship after she had left the visitors centre. She was told to turn left, left and "it is the big one in the water"
Drove to Cambridge to see some of the buildings of Harvard university. It was raining slightly (photos were taken from car as we drove around).
Found route 2A and headed west out of Boston. It ...