Rivendell House B&B
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... to begin. The guide came and explained the safety procedures and some historical stuff and we moved off. The train went through some woods, we passed some old Victorian train carriages, through a covered bridge, pretty standard, picturesque stuff. All the while the guide gave us some tidbits of information about the train via the intercom (she was in the front carriage). All of a sudden, there was a load of shouting over the intercom as a ...
We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
Im sat here in the staff computer lounge with theeeee slowest connection, struggling for words at the moment.
TODAY IS THE DAY!!!
After 2 LONG weeks of training and staff week, the kids are due to arrive in just a few hours.
We've had a long week of training and programming giving us the skills to amazing counsellors, and to help these kids have an ...
Hi all Just brief update of my time at camp Micah, so far. So after arriving at camp on Monday morning? After a epic couple of days of travel, I was picked up by one of the camp drivers who was called bob. BOB IS A LEGEND!!!! So I arrived just before lunch and quickly was introduced to a load of new people who are all so so nice, and made me feel very much at home. I was assigned a bunk to live in until the end of staff week and ...
... many photo stops, we assumed we'd be at the summit within three hours total. We were advised that experienced hikers make the climb in 4-5 hours, but plan for all day. They must say this for the average Joe that wants to hike it. Turns out the second half was the hard part.
You are actually climbing, not just walking up a slight hill. All four limbs are required for the most part. Finding sturdy rocks to stabilize and propel forward ...