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... Sun Road but I'm not sure I agree. It was much colder at the top than the bottom of the mountain. It was nice at the summit but we didn't stay too long. We left the gift shop and ended up eating at the Scarecrow Pub and Restaurant. There was no one in the dining room when we got there and several tables came in after us but somehow it took us over an ...
... next door for beverages. Terry and Bobbie split a small ham and
pineapple on a gluten free crust which was excellent, while the others split a
couple of prosciutto ham pizzas on regular crusts which were also very good.
After lunch we continued south to the Shelborne Museum. We arrived a little after 3 so we got a
discounted rate since we couldn’t come back tomorrow. This museum is a ...
... of farms nestled in the broad river valleys. We stopped to pick raspberries (yum, yum) and Geoff had a great long chat with the farm owner who happened to be from Melbourne and an avid AFL fan. How pleased he was to see Aussies who understand and love this game! Found our way to a town called Waitsfield and a B&B called Tucker Hill Inn. Also a collection of ...
... a meditation bench from my Dad's house that we'd been carrying with us and needed to deliver to my brother's house in Vermont. These were all safely hidden under a large blanket in the back, with two bottles of Roxyann wine (I almost forgot!!) from Oregon. Our route today was simply taking I-787 to Route 7 to Bennington, VT! We actually could have driven home without the Garmin, but "Alice" had been keeping us on track ...
... was literally surrounded by 20 foot high lilac bushes - in the spring it was heavenly - the sight and the smell. It never occured to me that I would live somewhere where there were no lilacs, and then I moved to Texas and then Tennessee. I know there are a few bushes in Memphis but not like back home. So when I see these huge bushes covered with flowers it takes me back ...