The Wallingford Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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It's been a very busy couple of days, so this is just a short update. We are currently somewhere in Connecticut heading to Acadia NP in Maine. We made it through wet South Carolina with only minor detours. Spend a day exploring Shenandoah NP More to follow later this evening once we arrive in ...
... salad (the portions are huge in the US) and delicious it was too.
The following day we drove to our final stop in Connecticut, the historic seaport of Mystic and home of America's largest maritime museum.
When we arrived, we walked into what we thought was the town of Mystic itself. There was a big anchor at ...
... every year and thousands of people visit the free attraction each year. We really enjoyed the bridge -- there were both familiar and unfamiliar annuals, perennials and shrubs. It was just beautiful.
After our visit to the bridge, Judy mentioned that she remembered some interesting rocks along the river In Shelburne Falls. With her help we were able to find the glacial potholes which actually form the rapids there. There were interesting formations ...
... some of it was by Rockwell himself and some by some of his models. The process of doing the illustrations was itself interesting. He always used models and in the early days, they had to pose for hours. Later he had multiple photos taken of the models and he worked from the photographs. For many of his pictures, he used himself and family members or neighbors as models. A short video told us ...
... causing the bottom frame of the camper to bow. It looked like the wood was weak, and possible rotted and appeared that the O-ring would come out. It stayed in the entire trip, but it did come out a little more during the trip.
It was an easy fix once we arrived. I found many camper owners that had the same problem and they all offered different fix-it advice. I ended up removing the aluminum siding, and replacing the wooden 1x2, supported with an ...