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... NH and the next day took a drive to Franconia Notch State Park. AMAZING! We saw the Old Man in the Mountain, rode the tram to the top of hill for a foliage extravaganza, hiked the Notch Flume, and got our butts kicked on the biking trail! We loved our time in New Hampshire. We were amazed at the beauty! We took a train ride on the Conway Scenic Railway.
So off to Vermont where we imagined even more ...
... like he was a rugby player - and he was (played for 11 years). When he heard our accent, he could not wait to engage us in conversation about all things football, Jarryd Hayne and how good it was to watch him play for the 49 ers.
We finished the day on the boardwalk along the foreshore of Lake Champlain after a little retail shopping at L.L. Bean.
... few days. There is a "wet weather wash-out on the Outer Banks", a flood advisory in Maine and a "tightening up of the gradients" happening all across the country. What does this mean for us? Hopefully the heavy rain of the last 36 hours will end by morning and give me 2 days of fine weather for my Photography Tour. I can at least hope.
Thursday October 1
A day in The North East Kingdom
We woke to a fine day, unlike the ...
... They were built over corn stalks with round heads and hats. We saw all sorts of costumes including roaring 20’, the sixties, the 70s, etc., and outfits from different walks of life. A spokesperson for the village said, the kookier and brighter the outfit, the better. Villagers put these “leaf people” out at the autumn equinox and they attract visitors to the village.
... didn't miss-type that... their garden is indeed 64 acres!!
So there are some advantages to living in Vermont rather than the UK. You get a slightly bigger garden!! Anyway, our hosts, Homer & Marge were super-friendly and left us alone to settle in and make ourselves at home.
Ok, so they weren't really called Homer & Marge. They were lovely Roger & Lois, but ...