Colonial House Motor Inn
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of our hotel. We headed north for about 15 miles, then viered to the northwest to get to Apple Island in Lake Champlain. The entrance is via a causeway, but the exit is via a ferry from Grand Isle, VT to Plattsburgh, NY. This ferry approach was pretty modest compared to some of the others on the trip; the ferry itself matched it! I have taken a few pictures of the ferry and approach. I have also taken one of the display on the car's navigator as well as ...
... was a little town that we came across along the way and we stopped for an icecream before we got a call from Peter, telling us that he was home from work, so we turned around before getting to the lake. I wasn't too bothered, I'd rather be fishing anyway and out time wasn't better. We saw another deer on the way back, that ran across the road in front of us!
When we arrived we got straight on his boat with 2 of his girlfriends and headed out to one ...
We went to a place called Perth today. A little different to the Perth I'm used to and not only because of the 70 degree temperature difference between the two places at the moment. The reason for the trip was to go and have lunch with some of Jenny's family then head to her cousins house for some outdoor recreational activities.
I was the only guy at a lunch of 8 but had fun anyway. We ...
... network in the surrounding area.
After we struggled back upstairs to bed with the mountains of turkey, ham, veg and pie in our bellies we were fast asleep looking forward to another exciting day.
Our last full day with A&J was the Bank Holiday Monday. Today is one of the biggest hunt days of the year, or has been on past occasions with over 50 riders. Today was a little smaller with round 35 riders but still a very good ...
... will enjoy it, but at least we will have taken the time to write things down and hopefully it will be a great way to remember the adventure we are about to embark on.
Now my job is to pack. Kids are done I think ... now adults. I am finding that packing light is a lot more difficult than throwing everything one owns into a suitcase that doesn't need to be lugged from train station to train station!