Turn of River Lodge

5672 Route 4, Killington, Vermont, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5672 Route 4, Killington, is near Killington Resort, Thundering Falls Trail, Killington Golf Course, and Killington - Pico Adventure Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Killington

    What a long week.........

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Aug 02, 2014

    21 photos

    ... 100% tomorrow, we need to do 2 days with 24 miles each now. ---------------Odds & Ends------------ A few days ago, I rolled my ankle again. This time I also hurt my knee. The knee has started to feel a little better, but the ankle countinues to hurt, this time from both sides. Hopefully it stops, because it seems to get worse and worse everytime I roll it - because it never fully recovers from the last injury. With the whites coming up......well.....this is not good for me. ...

    Thank Goodness for Yoga!

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    I’m laughing at myself as I feel the sore inner thigh muscle I slightly pulled in Jill’s Wednesday AM yoga class this morning. We did a hamstring class that built up to Hanuman, the Monkey God pose, aka a split. I could not get near a split as a child and I was surprised at where my body went today. Pain is not always a bad thing. I came by this nagging thigh muscle very honestly. It makes me smile.

    On Sunday, at ...

    After Chemo Course 1 - Altered Expectations

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jul 12, 2014

    6 comments, 20 photos

    ... growing normal cell and the chemicals are unable to discriminate. That's why cancer patients often lose their hair. Am I worried about that? Nope! I've some comfy hats, it's only "hair," and it will grow back eventually. I did not feel any effects of Monday night's chemo infusion until Thursday evening. When my legs and feet ached, I chalked it up to  21\2 days in bed, and then the fact that Noah and I had spent ...

    Whitehall - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 18, 2014

    3 photos

    ... were built here that were used in the important naval battles of Lake Champlain.

    Tomorrow (Monday) we plan to continue on the Champlain Canal to Fort Edward, New York. We have been informed that sections of the Erie Canal have been closed on account of the high water there. And rain is a major part of this week's forecast, so we may encounter some ...

    Chimney Point to Whitehall

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 17, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the narrower the lake got until it became the Poultney River and then the Champlain Canal

    We passed through our first lock of part 2 and docked in downtown Whitehall ( birthplace of the American navy) at their FREE ...