Richmond Victorian Inn
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... filled with fall trees. It was a beautiful drive and we decided to take a back (hilly, back country) road through Stowe to see the sites. Well...the main site that Bill saw was a cloud of dust in his review mirror. About 5 miles down the road we discovered we had lost the entire wheel and hub off of the right side of the trailer! Fortunately, there was a school parking lot to pull off into. We unhooked the trailer ...
... the Von Trapp Family Lodge included a luncheon buffet of salmon with cream sauce, kraut und German sausages, beef goulash, and herb chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, green bean and fabulous Austrian desserts! Made famous by THE SOUND OF MUSIC, the Von Trapp family saga has a few variations. We watched a film on the Von Trapp family and their escape to America, narrated by an elderly Maria during a visit to her ...
... 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 ...
Wednesday September 30
His take on the day:
Oh, dear, it is pouring!
Her view of events:
Everywhere we go, people make comments about our Minnesota rental car number plates. They are even more confused when we open our mouths to give our answer. Most often we are thought to be British and are given profuse apologies when they find we are Australian. Few of us go to the Outer Banks and not many more come here to Vermont. ...
... decorative arts, furniture, American paintings, and a dazzling array of 17th-to 20th-century artifacts are on view. Shelburne is home to the finest museum collections of 19th-century American folk art, quilts, 19th- and 20th-century decoys, and carriages."
Electra herself collected the items and she had an incredible eye for exquisite examples of the art contained within the ...