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... heavy and we were driving all of 30 mph. After 50 miles of this we arrived at Pete's RV Sales in Williston just as they were locking up. They were so kind. They had us pull in the back of their building and hook up to water and electric and said they'd be back on Monday. We spent 5 nights in that location with the trailer listing to the right so badly you could hardly stay in the bed! Decisions on the road are ...
Her view of the week-end:
We woke late Saturday after a very full week. We were looking forward to an afternoon balloon ride to view the fabled Autumn leaves from above. Sadly, this was not to be. The heavy winds of the past week had halted all balloon flights - and ours was no exception. It was rescheduled for Monday, at 6am. Not looking forward ...
... at a lake's edge. Not close enough to get a picture but it was interesting to see it in a natural environment.
We have also learned much about Vermont - 20% of people carry guns in public, has one of the lowest rates of gun crime in the USA and is mandated to have a balanced budget. The population is about 800,000 people - one of the least populated states. Burlington is only 90 minutes away from Montreal so Canadian TV is a pleasant change ...
... even searched for appropriate buildings to house the collections and had them dismantled and moved to the location.
The first building had a furniture collection and the next contained American art. Dave commented, "I feel like we are at the Antiques Road Show without the lines of people."
The last exhibit we visited was some of the rooms in Electra’s ...
... Green Mountain State'.
The Greyhound dropped us off at Burlington where we picked up our new hire car, called Chuck, and checked into our homestay for the next few days.
We also crossed our first Wooden Covered Bridge, a very common and distinctive feature of Vermont's landscape. I wonder how many more we would cross during our road trip?
We also noticed ...