Willow Pond Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... phone coverage after a 30 minute white knuckle drive. Our plan was to stay in Vermont though our iMap advised us that this involved a ferry crossing...the other option was a 6 hour trip that we were not up to.
There were no ferries running at this time so we stayed in the port town in the first hotel we passed that had a vacancy sign and we rolled into bed.
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... the I-84 interchange, that is when traffic was really heavy. But, not as heavy heading westbound. There was a 20 mile parking lot on that side. People should have jumped off and got onto Rt. 20 instead of sitting there.
We got home about 1:45 and our kitties were happy to see us. Buddy followed me around most of the afternoon and Toby ...
... and got to eat outside. The weather was threatening, but we chanced it anyway.
We split some chicken wings and each had a house salad and a beer. That gave us enough energy to check out more stores. As we were walking, I was thinking more and more about that cookbook that I should have purchased. By 4:30 we were just too tired to walk any more. Rich said we were going to go back to ...
11:30 pm home. So sad to be home. I really wanted to just keep going....(although my hair and skin really really really needed a shower)...heartbreaking to move out of the truck.....I napped and read (and ate popcorn) most of the ride home.... Rather dramatic homecoming.... Bombing through little roads in vt....huge, orange moon in the sky....windows open....heat on....music blasting.... Quick stop for a burger once we get to burlington. The ...
... of the best we had ever seen. The backdrop of the tree-lined Presidential Mountain Range, with gorges and ravines thousands of feet deep gave spectacular scenery to the ride. We passed the treeline up to the rocky outcrop and then into the clouds. At the top we stood on the summit for a photo. The clouds didn't dissipate while we were at the top, so we didn't have the same kind of views we had coming up. Besides, Sherrie's eyes were watering, hence the quote ...