Rose Arbour Bed and Breakfast

Address: 55 School Street And Canal, Chester, Vermont, 05143, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 55 School Street And Canal, Chester, is near Green Mountain Flyer, Martins's Maple Farm, and Eureka Schoolhouse and Baltimore Covered Bridge.
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      Travel Blogs from Chester

      Dancing on Thin Ice

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Apr 11, 2015

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... back to Dr. Remen's book. One of Dr Remen's stories is about a courageous uncle who after saving lives as a medic in a fierce WWII battle was awarded a Medal of Honor for bravery under fire. She quotes him saying you can be both brave and afraid at the same time. "[A]nyone who wasn't afraid in situations like war was a fool and they don't give medals to people for being fools. That being brave does not mean being unafraid. It often means being afraid ...

      Finding Strength to Heal

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Mar 15, 2015

      12 photos

      ... a hand
      And chaining a soul.
      And you learn
      That love doesn’t mean leaning
      And company doesn’t mean security.
      And you begin to learn
      That kisses aren’t compromises
      And presents aren’t promises.
      And you begin to accept your defeats
      With your head up and your eyes ahead
      With the grace of a woman or man
      Not the grief of a child.
      And you learn to build all your loads on today
      Because ...

      Killington - Ski Week in the Coldest February Ever

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 24, 2015

      14 photos

      ... for his room so the rest of us in the house wouldn’t
      have to suffer so much in the incubator. So it’s fitting that he died at the
      beginning of what turned out to be the coldest February on record in many parts
      of the eastern U.S. rather than endure a month of the temperatures he so came
      to hate.

      There’s a lot to attend to in the weeks after a family
      member dies but no good reason to mope around long-term in grief. So when my
      brother ...

      Cabin Fever Combat!

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jan 17, 2015

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... bright sunshine. If it’s too cold, sleeting, freezing rain or slick and icy, we can’t always exercise outside. Everyone I meet has a touch of winter “low energy.” We call it Cabin Fever.
      Is winter Cabin Fever so different from "cancer cabin fever?"

      Ways to Combat Cabin Fever:
      Dress for the weather, & when dry, get outside and exercise. Ski or snowshoe ...

      Finding the Light Within.

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 21, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... is key. After today’s class, another yogi mentioned that somehow, the classes seem to be just what she needs each day. I said, "I have often felt the same."

      On this winter solstice day once again, our class was just what I needed. The meditation, pranayama (breath work), chakra awareness, and poses may have affected each of us in in class differently. As I embraced the quiet practice recognizing the darkness of the season, I felt ...