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... our lunch, better than sitting in the car. Their restrooms were the first we have come across that have dual flush systems and there were even fresh flowers in the ladies restroom.
Continued on westward going between route 2 and 2A which sometimes were the same road. We made an unscheduled stop at a small town called Quabbin as Wes was quite tired. They put a lot of thought into naming their streets (see photo).
The cloud was getting lower and the light ...
... way! All of you contributed so much to our adventure. We are very thankful for having the opportunity to meet you. Thank you to our families for helping and supporting us throughout this journey! Without you, this would not have been ...
... didn't flood. That would have been a major problem. A number of us parked right on the river bank were prepared last night to move just in case.
Decent crowds for the show this afternoon and although it felt weird to be done at 4pm, no one was complaining...haha. A few kids dressed up in patriotic gear and the food and drinks were appreciated by all as we crowded under the cookhouse tent since it was still raining.
... Rikert Ski Touring Center on the Breadloaf Campus of MIddlebury College. He’s a pretty amazing athlete in that he can usually go pretty hard without tons of training. We also had our respective families along for part of the stay in Alpe which had a whole mix of things attached to it. For this summer’s adventure Will was interested in having the focus be more on the riding. That it definitely was. It was fun in ...
... kids (Karla too) try out different instruments and blast out the neighbors! It was a very comfortable evening and a pleasure to share our time with friends.
Next day, we toured Amherst to show the kids the apartments we lived in, UMASS buildings, Mount Sugarloaf (albeit in the rain not as amazing), and of course, the eateries we used to ...
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