Canada's Best Value Inn & Suites Woodstock
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and I hydro-planed a few times. Scared the **** out of me!
Got to the border and there was a HUGE line. Took about 40 minutes to get through. At least it had quit raining while I was sitting in line!
495.5 miles today.
Off to Bennington, Vermont tomorrow, if it's not pouring!!!!
I need to go on an adventure. The last few years have been, without question, some of the most amazing, challenging and inspiring of my life. I've grown as a person, I've challenged myself and most importantly I've learned that life really does begin when you step outside your comfort zone. Lately, I've had this overwhelming need to go on an adventure. I love my friends and family, and I love where I'm at and what I'm doing with my life, but I've realized that I'm at ...
... the "super-fast, I'm from New England, let's go 85" one. Made it to Houlton, Maine by 1700 hours, our original arrival time. No lunch stop today! And overcast, but no rain, thankfully.
Nice scenery, but it whizzed by really fast!
on to Nova Scotia tomorrow.
... past the two Protestant churches on Main Street. Neither was open, so I did not see the stain-glass window dedicated by a Manzer to his wife and mother-in-law. At the location of the Society I was shown a reprinted copy of The Busy East of Canada, Vol. 13(1) 1922. Page 72 had the story about how The Manzer Store came to be owned by a Manzer. It is part of the story that is told in the church window dedication. ...
... the class I returned to the Ingraham home and spent some time with the guide only to discover she is from the McLean family of Harvey. Her uncle had been able to talk to me about my great-grandmother earlier in my visit. I will return to the settlement. Including 8 Loyalist homes, there are over twenty-four original buildings furnished from the Loyalist period and later to depict life along the St. John River. It truly is "History, well ...