Fairfield Inn & Suites White River Junction
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... but she said Veetee routee fifteenee. Drove back through Montpelier - capital of Vermont. Very small town (village) but quite gorgeous, we walked around a bit, wanting arvo tea, saw a cafe that said 'closed' but when we asked she invited us in, sat us down and gave of coffee, tea, choc cake and apple pie. She kept letting more people in, yet it was well past closing time. American hospitality is real ...
... in winter. When in American Vermont we have to say VerMONT, not like Melbourne where we say VERmont. Got to get the emphasis on the right syllable! Had lunch next to a visitor information centre, there was a stall manned by volunteers from American Legion Auxiliary. There were sandwiches, bagels, fruit, hot cider, etc, all by donation. This is a cider making area, so we had some for ...
... from the south to the north. The park was a logging community and the remains of dams, houses, foundations can be found when hiking. The first site 1 that we had you could look up in the mountains close by and see 12 wind turbines spinning around since this is one of the most windy spots in NH. They did not take away from the view they were actually quite interesting and beautiful to watch.
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... boating accidents which they ignored! Unfortunately it was as we approached the middle of the lake that the boat decided to conk out. Sh...t what do we do now! What I would later reflect is that in a crisis rather than banding together we all screamed and blamed each other! When we finally drifted up to the other side of the lake Freddie and I were able to get out and clamber barefoot up the bank (our flip flops were on the jetty!) In the process I managed ...
... three weeks, and we felt we should let her finish the job! It was a race to see who would spot the first Vermont license plate, and I lost. The next thing we spotted coming into Bennington was the Bennington Monument. It's kind of hard to miss: "The tallest structure in Vermont commemorates the Battle of Bennington, a battle that lead to the turning point in the Revolutionary War." http://historicsites.vermont.gov/direct ...