Courtyard By Marriott Burlington Williston
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... another breakfast invitation for Saturday morning.
After dusk, we set up the Kelty and settled down for the night under clear, starry skies. We quietly discussed our mutual appreciation of the Brown's generosity and kindness. A truly magical experience in Middlebury, Vermont will always be a memory treasured.
We checked out of Liftline 215 and hit the slopes for one last day as fast as we could today. The sun peeked out for a bit this morning but clouded over for most of the day. Most definitely a very unusual March Break with respect to weather! Nothing spring like about the weather or ski conditions this year! We ended the trip with 4 Doyle's skiing (Megan snowboarding!) all day ...
After a tour of the Gaspe Quebec Peninsula it was time to take the show out west. Brought the bike to the Harley Dealer in Plattsburgh, NY to be shipped to Seattle. Seattle being the location I shipped back from in 2010 after a 6,100 mile X-County trip mostly thru Canada. While ...
... Lake Champlain to be a Great Lake. Following a small uproar, the Great Lake status was rescinded on March 24 (although Vermont universities continue to receive funds to monitor and study the lake).
We continue North on VT-7, heading for Burlington, Vermont's largest city. We ride through Vergennes, Ferrisburgh, Charlotte and Shelburne, as we near Burlington. Noticeable by its absence is the Burlington Coat Factory, acquired in 2006 for ...
Named after a small city in southern France, Montpelier is one of smallest state capital cities in one of smallest states. The Vermont State House is also one of the smallest state capitol buildings I've visited across the country, fitting for Vermont where virtually everything is miniature – the towns are small, the farms are small, and even the mountains are rather small, ...