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Travel Blogs from Killington
... time, chatting, picking apples, taking more photos and just generally enjoying each others company.
John prepared a dish called Jambalaya for tea, it's a bit like Paella but is built around some key defining ingredients, sweet peppers (capsicum), mushrooms, celery, onions, prawns, various meats (not beef though) and stock. John whacked in some jalapenos and we were left with a warm feeling in the taste buds and full tummies! ...
... the house with amazing aromas. The MIT was originally built about 150 years ago and added to about 100 years ago. It has an enormous fireplace in the centre which in a former life was part of some industrial steam engine/boiler. It's no longer used but a team of several men, jacking mechanisms and substantial remodelling of the house was necessary to get it in and the similar amounts of effort required to remove it mean that it remains as a ...
... got to meet Lacey, the cat (or rather, "Mr Lacey"). Mr Lacey was taken in by J & P about three years ago when he wandered out of the forest. He is a little skittish with strangers but with time he seemed to thaw out and allow us to scratch his back and, sort of, make friends.
Some half a dozen or so horses graze on the property and there are many wild apple trees and a pear tree growing near the house. Apples from these trees are to be picked to make ...
So, after our morning walk to Emerald Lake we headed north and east to Woodstock. Brenda was keen (not VT) to get some real, farm made maple syrup and cheese. We passed about a hundred signs along the way offering each, also fine woodworking and inns of all sorts. We passed Killington, a big ski area. Very cool. This route, Hwy. 4 will be jam packed with ...
... about riding a bike on a long trip is that it takes time to pack and unpack things so you need to make sure you have everything before you tie down the bag again. Another rule is that as soon as you put your rain gear on, it will stop raining. This is what happened today. We managed to skip around the rain all today which was great, but by the end of the day we were very warm from wearing the extra gear. ...
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