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... Vermont and visited Woodstock a very neat town with heaps of beautiful old buildings. We also visited Billings Farm and Museum, a living museum of Vermont's rural past as well as a working dairy farm.
We then set out for Ludlow and got caught in a storm for a while. It was very windy and the rain came in sheets. Mike did well to keep the coach on the road.
We stayed at the Jackson Gore Hotel, a ski resort for the Okema ski field. Very nice hotel.
... rooms to retire for the evening. Too nice
After a lovely cooked breakfast in the morning we ran around town snapping pictures of the loveliness, lay slovenly in the hammocks, sat in the airondack chairs or rocked on the porch taking in the various elements of visual delights from all angles. On the way out of town we took in yet another covered bridge and then headed down Highway 22 for the our last stop before it was time for it all to ...
... camp host we encountered along our travels. As soon as we arrived and told her our story she got on the phone to confirm the details of the shutdown in Acadia. After hearing first hand that the park was, in fact, closed, she laid out a map of the Maine coast and began marking all the places we should visit. Our the next part of our trip took on a new tone and we settled into a slower pace of taking in each of the towns we ...
After another big sleep in this morning, Cathy kindly offered to take us for a drive after lunch to Vermont, a state over from New York State.
We went to a little town called Bennington. Absolutely gorgeous as the trees are starting to turn to fall colours. It would be spectacular when all the trees have turned to fall colour.
We went up into the Bennington Tower which overlooks the township and far into the distant. Gorgeous gorgeous place and oh so ...
... washed down with a Vermont apple cider.
Day two in Shrewsbury was a little more laid back. Into Rutland we headed for supplies returning home by a different route to see more of the countryside. Yummy corn on the cob was for lunch followed by a restful afternoon around the farm, including the picking of apples for the up-coming cider brewing.
We finished the day with another marvellous feast prepared by John. A good time was had by all.