Shaker Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... centre on the interstate.
At this point, we got out the map and decided our route for the final leg of this road trip. Heading back to the car, however, Andrew turns to me and says "you have my wallet, don't you?"....ummmmm, No.
Panic Panic Panic....we emptied the car, searched everywhere. The last known use was at the car park in Mont Royal. Oh NOOOO!!! The stress was so high that Andrew was about to pass out. Everything was in that wallet. ...
Today was a good day exploring Vermont. We saw lots of great covered bridges. Designed like this to stop the bridges getting icy and also to preserve their longevity. We stopped at the Bridge of Flowers, saw glacial potholes, iconic white churches and generally some beautiful driving. No festival in Woodstock but enjoying the tranquil town! Next stop New ...
... would drive up to stay in Plymouth and do rock and ice climbing in Rumney. So, it was fun exploring areas that were a part of Ben's past. (The last place we visited, North Conway, was another rock/ice climbing area for Ben, too)
The following day, we hunted down the diner that Ben remembered having eaten at called the Main Street Station.
The front part of the diner was in that stereotypical diner car, but there is an ...
... small piece for our collection of glass ornaments. Simon's son Andrew Pearce has started a wood turning business and at Quechee one of his employees was busy turning a cherry wood bowl. They were gorgeous too but quite pricey and a little large to pack so unfortunately we didn't buy ...
Lin took the day off from school today to be our tour guide so we headed off this morning with Lin and Jesse to Woodstock where we saw our first covered bridge. Took photos and walked across the bridge and down the other side of the river, then crossed back over on a new bridge and wandered along the village green. Checked out the cool town library with its Creative Display and then wandered down the Main Street to have a coffee. ...