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... last eight years,
usually purchasing a share in seasonal house rental. The one he’s in now he
calls Sasquatch Lodge, identified from the ski trail by the Sasquatch sign
nailed to a tree. You always know there’s a party going on where you see a Sasquatch
TO someone who has mostly skied in the West, eastern ski
conditions usually leave much to be desired. The usual winter pattern in the
East is warming before precipitation followed by ...
The aim today was to drive to the Green Mountains in Vermont - the **** sat nav we've hired likes to take us on long routes so today's drive was 6 hours long! This included driving the length of Manhattan in rush hour in heavy rain and getting lost in a car park. Luckily ...
"You're looking for players whose name on the front of the sweater is more important than the one on the back. I look for these players to play hard, to play smart and to represent their country."
-Herb Brooks, U.S. Olympic hockey coach of "Miracle on Ice" gold medal team, 1980
After a free breakfast (one of the few!) at Denny's we were on the road again. We ...
"Mountain peasant song" Fleetfoxes
Monday 6 October 2014
To my many fans, admirers and readers, yesterday's blog typos were mainly caused not by a surfeit of G n T (chance would be a fine thing!), but by the poor interface between Apple's "Pages" software and its own IOS 8.something now installed on my iPad. In short, text formatting tends to go out of the window when you copy and paste into a webpage. Nonetheless, Stiff as gibbon me a smock on the bitumen. ...
Today's reruns of choice were episodes of NCIS, conveniently screened on the same channel as the Law & Order marathon from yesterday. Now we may have still had leftovers, and we may have still been chilling around the hotel until mid afternoon.
We did decide however, that since we had so much time to spare and had explored most of the town already (think of Rutland as like a Bunbury with mountains), that we should start packing ...