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Had a great day Antique shopping lots of sightseeing Great pulled pork sandwich in brattleboro Vermont
... the home of the Chaffey family. W.B. And his brother George were Americans who developed the irrigation scheme for the Mildura region. We toured the house and the art gallery and had a look at the new Mildura theatre which is really lovely. We then went to tour the replica of the old Mildura Homestead and grounds. On the way home we stopped at a table grape vinyard where Kay has permission to pick. I took photos, and Kay took grapes. ...
So off to the state capital of Concord we flew (not literally, just being punny) to view the state house. They have a viewing platform of the representatives which was pretty interesting, kind of like Parliament but with less shouting and George Osborne. Which can never be a bad thing.
We also explored Manchester, which was lovely if not a bit windy, before heading to the British Beer Company (BBC - yeah, the BBC). Maybe I'm being homesick, but I got ...
... t bore you with too much words, the pictures will speak for themselves.
I have to admit, I'm a little behind with my blog, I took these pictures already a few days ago. I will try to catch up, since there have been a couple of new trips between these shots and today.
Have a good start in the new week,
Snow yesterday. No surprise, it's January in New Hampshire. So it's a lazy day today. I am trying out this Travel blog that my friend Elaine uses. That'll pass a few hours before the Pats AFC championship game against the Broncos ( I almost said Colts, forgetting Peyton is with a new team). Go Pats. I am supposed to go to the Armenian museum later this morning with my NRG book club; depends on the weather. It's just us girls going. Steve is not a museum ...