Sweet Season Bed & Breakfast
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... on the passenger side of the truck, I’m sure.
Arriving at Green Mountain Campground, we were met by the camp host who drove us around in his scooter to view the available sites. That was a first. Most places either assign you a site or tell you to go find one and let them know which one you select. All the sites have wooden decks with picnic table and benches and ours backs up to a nice grassy area with lots of shrubbery and ...
... to wonder what the establishment sees in hosting these nights at all. Can't be much profit margin in it. There was probably a bit of irony in the fact that there was a bar full of Americans playing the English game of darts, with two Australians sitting at the bar watching baseball. Finally, at the end of the night for us there, we got our tab and settled up. We suddenly realised that we were drinking a "two for one" deal. That ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
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... pavilion with grills, hiking
& biking trails, suntanning deck, etc.
This is truly a resort within a resort. Abundant wildlife, deer, bear,
turkey, fox, raccoon, etc. Enjoy spring wildflowers, cool mountain
summers (rarely a recorded temperature above 80 degrees), fall colors,
& plenty of winter snow skiing.
Nearby Attractions: - Swimming, hiking, biking, fishing, shopping,
... played a key role: facing southeast, the land is frost-free most of the time, with cold air sinking into the nearby valleys, replaced by warm air. The operation soon prospered, growing state champion apples repeatedly and at its peak producing 125,000 bushels of apples a year. It became a mainstay of the local economy, with dozens of families supported by its jobs.The arrival of the Blue Ridge Parkway in the 1930s was ...