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Day 49. Vermont The first stop today was Fort Adams - not that was saw a great deal of the fort. It was bucketing down, windy and so cold, the walk to the visitors centre was enough to send us back to the warmth of our car. A drive around the foreshore and the mansions, or should I say mini castles - about 50 of them - Newport is money, money, money. We then headed through Rhode Island, Connetticut, and Massachusetts to South Deerfield - a very small town north of ...
... Back in 1908 the bridge was used to transfer freight and people to the nearby mills but by the 1920's with the increased usage of cars, the street railway company went bankrupt and the bridge was left to slowly decay.
But in 1929 a lady called Antoinette Burnham came up with the idea to transform the bridge into a garden and with the help from a local Women's club raised $1,000 to get ...
... those times when you go for it because this confluence of paintings all in one place may never happen again. This Van Gogh and Nature exhibit features nearly fifty paintings and drawings from thirty museums and private collections around the world. And Van Gogh is one of my most favorite artists! So how could we not go!
No photography was allowed – but interesting enough is that if you want to ...
... the Green Mountains of Vermont on the 6th....what a beautiful trip this was.
8/6-8/11....Our first stop was Saint Johnsbury, VT where we stayed at the Moose River Campground. The campground caters to adults only and our site was right on the Moose River. While in Saint Johnsbury we visited Dog Mountain which caters to dogs (obviously). They have an art gallery which features the work of Steve Hunneck, a doggie chapel where ...
... of beauty for the past 87 summers. Our week here is going by very quickly, and we'll be back oh the road soon heading to our next stop. We had some beautiful weather, sunny and warm, cool at night. However, we had a couple of ear piercing thunderstorms over the weekend. I'm sooooo glad we aren't tent camping! We enjoyed that when our kids we little and we were a whole lot younger! I'll stick to my Bounder and take life as it comes.
Bye ye for now and stay well.