Village Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... heavy and we were driving all of 30 mph. After 50 miles of this we arrived at Pete's RV Sales in Williston just as they were locking up. They were so kind. They had us pull in the back of their building and hook up to water and electric and said they'd be back on Monday. We spent 5 nights in that location with the trailer listing to the right so badly you could hardly stay in the bed! Decisions on the road are ...
Week 6 September 27-October 2
Sept 27 Today was a traveling day. Because it was a short jaunt (46 miles), we took advantage of a beautiful sunny morning to go see Queechee Gorge one last time. We hiked UNDER the bridge area, which smelled like balsam fir Christmas trees, "grazed" at the Cabot Cheese outlet where we bought some cheeses and dips, and drove back to picturesque Woodstock to take photos and to visit ...
Day 50. Vermont Today we followed the Connetticut River - it went from rain to sunshine, wonderful. We went to a craft market, to an historic town, to a farmers market, to getting lost in small towns, crossing covered bridges, and to a glass blowing factory. Thankfully we had an advanced accommodation booking ...
... great to see the number of seniors attacking the stairs. Many people used walking sticks, even young people, but I’ve never felt the need for a walking stick.
The water running down the flume was more of a spring than a torrent. Spring is probably the best time to see a torrent. On the plus side, we didn’t get wet. I bet spring visitors get drenched at times if they get close to the flume.
... we’d go there to build our confidence we could find something. Besides, Dave and I got married in Old North Church in Evansville, IN.
The rest of our day was more fruitful. We crossed into New Hampshire and had a map and somewhat better, but still vague, instructions. It still wasn’t easy finding most of the bridges. Sometimes they were hidden behind buildings or trees.
We also looked for ...