Wilder Farm Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Although it took 11 hours to get from DC to Randolph, it was A LOT better than flying since we would still be waiting for our flight today I bet. We scooted out of DC just as THE BIGGEST STORM EVER was coming in. Didn't really see much snow at all on the way up but Amtrack did cancel all northbound trains the next day.
So you know how the train goes - sway sway, choo choo, read, sleep, eat, stand up and stretch - repeat. But it was a bit surprising ...
... would return tomorrow morning before Sunday services.
Maura picked me up and we rode back to Rochester, VT for the night. On our way we stopped at the Liberty Hill Dairy Farm and Guest B & B. Beth and Bob Kennett own and operate their 240 acre Cabot Cheese Co-operative Farm. Friendly Beth ...
... Gore gloves and silk liners. Chain back on, fumbling to fit my greasy, numb hands back into the gloves made me think about the frigid mountain weather that was in my near future. I shuddered at the image of camping in Vermont's Green Mountains or New Hampshire's White Mountains. It started to drizzle as I rode another couple of miles uphill before reaching the ...
... Screw both of you!
That place is worse than Disneyland! It turns out that it is one of 3 places of interest in the entire state.
We finally find a patch of mud to park on and made our way to the front doors. It's a freaking ZOO! Long lines of people all milling around aimlessly but not in line for anything except the ice cream itself (that line was about 45 minutes long, AND IT'S OUTSIDE IN THE RAIN!) We finally find the line for the ...
The Roosevelt-Marcy Trail is named for the historic route Vice President Theodore Roosevelt traveled on a dangerous midnight stagecoach in September 1901 to take the Presidential oath. Roosevelt was climbing Mount Marcy when he got word that President William McKinley -- who had been shot two weeks earlier, but was expected to improve -- had taken a serious turn for the worse. Roosevelt never made it to Mount Marcy's summit, but he did become our ...