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Thrifty50 stayed here on Feb 13, 2009 during their trip titled: Thrifty50's Great Adventure.
... s a great cook but someone has to do it!
We chatted about New York after brekky and Penelope related some stories about growing up there and told us about the different neighbourhoods and their characteristics, becoming a little nostalgic at the same time. She said she had grown up to dislike two main things...landlords and pigeons!
Today we toured the nearby city of Rutland which is about the same size as Grafton ...
... on our drive around. The locals call the tourists that pack the local roads in Autumn "Leaf Peepers"!
We dropped in to pick up some hickory smoked bacon from a local provedore famous in the region, and then visited the historic "Pierce's Store", a family run business for generations that has only passed into other ownership when the last surviving family member left it to the local historical society with the request that it continue to be operated ...
... washed down with a Vermont apple cider.
Day two in Shrewsbury was a little more laid back. Into Rutland we headed for supplies returning home by a different route to see more of the countryside. Yummy corn on the cob was for lunch followed by a restful afternoon around the farm, including the picking of apples for the up-coming cider brewing.
We finished the day with another marvellous feast prepared by John. A good time was had by all.
... sights. A Rockerfeller Nat'l Historical Park ( his mansion and grounds), the Billings farm, a dairy farm dating from the 1880s and the Sugarbush Farm where they make maple syrup and age co-op cheese, up to 8 years. We bagged Rocky and the cows after due deliberation and headed for the sweet stuff. Quite a drive it was too. This countryside just shivers me ...