Richmond Victorian Inn
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... didn't work, so he summoned one of his onsite contractors to try their pick-up truck. No luck. Dan immediately called his mechanic and within minutes, the roll-back tow truck from Mike's Auto was loading up our CRV.
Maura and I had a pleasant day hanging out in Middlebury's downtown while Mike's Auto tore apart the CRV looking for the problem. Battery ...
Vermont is GREEN! As far as you can see, trees are clothed in leaves and across the miles, it appears solid GREEN! It certainly makes one understand why so many people are drawn to Vermont during the fall colors. It must be spectacular in brilliant reds, oranges and yellows! We followed Scenic Rt 100 along the spine of Vermont traveling pretty much the length ...
... I enjoyed a great time in the Adirondaks with friends and family at a cabin our buddies rent each year around Labor day. After the weekend, returned to home base NYC with family in our van for a couple of weeks before flying to Seattle to begin the adventure.
... vats to make you crave it nightly." Again the awkward silence, plus without any laughs, save Kamal (she's cute cuz she always laughs at my jokes). I leaned forward and said Im kidding, but even that didnt get anyone to laugh. I ambled out with the crowd and straight into the gift shop. We bought a few t-shirts the meandered around before eventually leaving.
We drove back to Burlington ...
Named after a small city in southern France, Montpelier is one of smallest state capital cities in one of smallest states. The Vermont State House is also one of the smallest state capitol buildings I've visited across the country, fitting for Vermont where virtually everything is miniature – the towns are small, the farms are small, and even the mountains are rather small, ...