The College Inn
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... of minutes later, this old man with gray hair, massive spectacles, braces on (the type that hold your pants up, not the type that hold your teeth in) walks past us with a dog in his arm. Julie gets a fright by the dog walking past at table-level and in her two-drinks-in state, she lets out a little squeal. The old man is looking for a chat and Julie obliges, talking about where we are from, what we are doing, how we are liking it, and it turns out this guy runs ...
... to make apple cider, yum!
Sunday was a 'tasting' walking tour of Pikes Market & I was very impressed. I love a market & this one runs like a community with all stall holders staying true to the original set up in keeping with the original format & they really support each other, the people who live nearby with a clinic & preschool & the homeless in the area. ...
... br> We arrived late afternoon at our friends (Hi Jim and Catherine!) and had a lovely first evening with them and their family – good food, good beer, good wine and great company – perfect!
The next morning we arose to a gloriously sunny day – ideal for sight seeing and we could not have asked for better tour guides. Not only did we get to see the main tourist spots, but we also got shown some little gems that only the ...
I've been a very poor correspondent these past few days. I've just been very busy doing.... well, not very much it seems: not writing and, sadly, taking very few photos.
I've not seen Erin and Steven in a long time, so there was a lot to catch up on. Erin was the first friend Wally and I had in common, and was the subject of his favorite riddle: "Erin married me, but I've never been married to her." As you could ...
... to the original store.
Stop number one over the bridge was the Chittenden Lock area. A nice lady and her husband gave us their parking ticket that still had about three hours left on it so we were able to park for 'free'. Just as we reached the visitor building for the lock area, it started to pour. We had a look at the exhibits inside for a while and then decided to just brave the rain and head down to the locks anyway. As we got down to the water ...