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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to have a jump. Once we were on our way I keep thinking I don't have another spare and we still had 250 miles to go. Well we made it and the next day the camper got four new tires and the truck got 2 new batteries. I fixed the water line and we are good to go again!!
The area of Danville is close to the White Mountain National Forest and the scenery was really nice.It is a very beautiful area.
We have ...
... of the president, we arrived at the George Washington Mountain Cog Railway a few minutes later than we wanted and missed the early morning steam train, having to go up the later diesel train. Regardless it was absolutely amazing! For those that aren't in the know Mount Washington is the highest peak in the northeastern US, nearly twice as high as Ben Nevis, and there is a 150 year old railroad that ascends the mountain at an angle of upto 37 degrees. The views ...
Mallett's Bay is located on the 40 mile Island Line Trail. We biked about 12 miles of this beautiful, well maintained trail that includes waterfront and parks which connects Burlington to South Hero Island. A large portion of this trail is a former Rutland Railroad railbed (stopped running in the 1960s) which includes a very long causeway across Malletts Bay. Many people were out riding on this beautiful sunny ...
Malletts Bay is a popular vacation spot with campgrounds and four big marinas. We chose Champlain Marina because Linda and Brian on Splashdown (met in Sorel) stayed here 21 days and really liked it. The cruise across the lake was beautiful even though it was hazy and breezy. ...
... br> THIS ferry crossing only takes vehicles under 11'3", we are 13.6"....Fudge! (or any other expletive you wish to throw in there)
She gave us directions to the next crossing (farther north) but there is no place to turn this beast around. We will have to wait until the line of cars is safely on board this ferry and then make a U turn around the her booth. Yay! (Mike is thrilled and using other expletives)
So once the ferry docks, unloads, ...