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... Cherry Garcia" ice cream put the fire out too!
The last couple of days have been pretty darn good, we've travelled halfway round the world and caught up with friends and met some lovely people from a completely different country who are all doing what we all do - living their lives in their local communities, supporting each other and sharing good times and bad keeping a warm welcome up their sleeves and smiles on their faces.
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The charming Lavinia runs the store now and it sells an eclectic range of merchandise. I found a great T shirt with Vermont imagery on it and Lavinia gave me a key chain to add to my collection. We had a good chat about Australia, sour dough bread and tea of all things. In keeping with the friendly nature around the place big hugs all round as we left!
Back at the MIT we were put to work picking Kale and Collards (greens) ...
... an historic village a bit like a Timber Town on the north coast. Our hotel in Hartford was away from the city centre but only a 10 minute drive away. Hartford is the Capital of Connecticut and quite large by AUS standards. The following morning we visited Mark Twain's house ( or should I say Samuel Clemens) then hit the road to Springfield via Brattleboro trying to keep off the interstates as much as ...
... are almost home! The White Mountains greet us in New Hampshire and we enjoy a familiar landscape. The clouds threaten rain and we prepare ourselves... Sara dons the rain gear, Mark will weather the storm. An hour from home and we encounter spots of heavy rain, although we aren't bothered, we are soaked. It's a bittersweet return. At the sound of the bike our neighbors welcome us home and Mark kisses the ground. We can hardly believe its over. What an amazing ...
... the steepest of all with a grade of 15%, unheard of on modern roads. It was a strenuous start, but from there the grade decreased and we began passing historic hill towns, many of which date back to the 18th century. The final climb to the top was rough as well, but we all made it and had lunch at the summit. The descent was excellent, but the road was not in the same shape as the western slope, so out brakes were burning. The views were still wonderful though, and the ...
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