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... filled with fall trees. It was a beautiful drive and we decided to take a back (hilly, back country) road through Stowe to see the sites. Well...the main site that Bill saw was a cloud of dust in his review mirror. About 5 miles down the road we discovered we had lost the entire wheel and hub off of the right side of the trailer! Fortunately, there was a school parking lot to pull off into. We unhooked the trailer ...
... kitchen, pies on the shelf you could swear are real ones, dishes, silverware and napkins on the dining tables, drying long johns hanging on the clotheslines of the sailors’ quarters. Google this, too!
Saturday, October 3 Today, we got up and got ready to travel early. We had a stop at Ft. Ticonderoga, NY. This fort was built by the French, occupied by the British, and during the Revolutionary War, ...
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 ...
... to our apartment. It has been a very full but satisfying last two days.
His view of events:
We have had 2 fascinating breakfasts in traditional diners. There are fewer than 100 remaining. They were all built in a factory to resemble a rail car and trucked to buyers. There is a good market for used ones. Stainless steel panels, terrazzo floors, Formica and neon signs define the style. The food is not necessarily greasy. The Parkway ...
It was a good day to stroll the grounds and view the exhibits at the Shelburne Museum. It was spitting rain, which didn't impact our walks and the collections were inside, so we could get pictures without worrying about the rain.
Electra Havermayer Webb founded the museum in 1947. From the museum’s web description the museum has, "Impressionist paintings, folk art, quilts ...